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Post by Lakshmi on 27th July 2011, 5:48 pm

In the words of a friend of mine:

I am a Fine Art Degree student about to embark on my third and final
year. My chosen subject is the Holocaust and the power of books.

Using
the proverb ‘See no evil, speak no evil, hear no evil’ I am asking
three questions to discover what makes a book significant, insightful,
and potentially life changing, to you personally. To clarify, the subject of your book does not have to be the Holocaust.

Through this research I hope to gain an in-depth understanding of how such a simple resource can be so influential.

Book ……………………… Author …………………………


Mizaru – ‘ See no evil’
How
did you discover your chosen book – through recommendation or is there a
specific genre and style of literature you usually choose?

Iwazaru – ‘ Speak no evil’
What was it about the story or message of your book that resulted in it having such a lasting impression on you?
Kikazaru – ‘Hear no evil’
Lastly, based on your passion for the book, what words would you use to recommend it to a friend?


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Post by Lakshmi on 28th July 2011, 11:18 am

Any takers? Is my post understandable?
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Post by Lakshmi on 28th July 2011, 6:00 pm

OK, would it be easier if the questions read as follows?:

three questions to discover what makes a book significant, insightful,
and potentially life changing, to you personally.

Book ……………………… Author …………………………

How did you discover your chosen book – through recommendation or is there a
specific genre and style of literature you usually choose?

What was it about the story or message of your book that resulted in it having such a lasting impression on you?

Lastly, based on your passion for the book, what words would you use to recommend it to a friend?
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Post by Compostwoman on 28th July 2011, 6:07 pm

That is more understandable! Very Happy

But I don't have time to do it at the mo - sorry.........

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Post by Wilhelm Von Rhomboid on 28th July 2011, 6:56 pm

I'm not sure the questions really address the premise tbh.

Why not simply ask 'What makes a book significant, insightful and potentially life-changing to you?'

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Post by Lakshmi on 28th July 2011, 8:49 pm

you'd have to ask my friend, Billy! I don't know!
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