台灣英語網1.0 » 週四 9月 24, 2015 8:21 am

引文: "I don't know what came over me. Don't be offended, but sometimes one feels freer speaking to a stranger than to people one knows. Why is that?"

Daniel replied: "Probably because a stranger sees us the way we are, not as he wishes to think we are." ~p.176-177 Carlos Ruiz Zafon "The Shadow of The Wind"

I've got a lot of "probably...probably...probably", but cannot give a specific answer. It seems like an eager wanting to be known or understand by others.

I think of the novel Speak.
Melinda wrote a runaway note on her desk and hid in the closet, but her mother just open the closet gave her pillow without saying a word.

Maybe just wanna writing something.

Oh...I wrote a lot of nonsense...


Talk about my crazy decision. I don't know why I choose The Shadow of The Wind as my final paper topic of Eu lit. My friends think I'm crazy, I think either.

I know, I know, I made a wrong decision. I should choose some slight novels, just only 200 pages, rather than about 500 pages, or some works I've read before. I even have no idea about Spain. Did I make the decision to kill myself? or just want to challenge something no one write before? I must be crazy.

Btw now I really can't give up, because I've read half of the book, if I change my topic, I'll be mad.

Anyway, I don't want to know what kinds of topics my classmates choose, but I feel really anxious.

I'm really hope I can read fast (now, my reading speed is 10 pages an hour), or I can't write outline and the following draft (before write my draft I must have reread the book again and again, but I even haven't finish my first reading...).
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