Walden that jump
1 page, single-spaced: more of the same from the last doodling exercise – select passages from Walden that jump out at you for some reason. (It may trigger a negative emotional reaction, or maybe it seems illogical, or perhaps it’s too narrow or too broad to be meaningful, maybe what Thoreau thinks is a universal truth does not seem universally truthful to you….). 1) type out a quotation, skip a line, 2) restate in your own words what you think Thoreau is saying and then 3) write your reaction to the quote. Your reaction may be one sentence or multiple sentences but don’t write more than one paragraph for each quotation. Make sure each sentence says something different than the other sentences within that description. One inch margins. Times, 12 pt.
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