I believe in highlighting, especially textbooks. I use my post-it flags on novels I don't want to mess up, but my Riverside edition of Shakespear is full of pretty colors and notes. It's not a first edition (going for $200 now) so I have no issues with putting my thoughts around the margins. I had to laugh when I realized that while it's no longer in print, old copies go for as little as $6.00!cullengirl wrote:I refused to highlight/annotate my Norton edition of Shakespeare plays. I still have it! LOL, I'm such a Shakespeare groupie.
nissanmama wrote: I believe in highlighting, especially textbooks.
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