Before you save the text, save the following Annotator's guide, print it out and read it carefully. Be especially careful with the way you introduce automated ENDNOTES, use the proper procedure indicated in this guide. (Last year there were students who, instead introducing proper automated endnotes, worked with annotations or manual endnotes, which could not be converted properly into automated endnotes. Those students had to do the whole work all over again! Spare yourselves of this troubel by reading carefully the Guide!).
Click HERE to get the Guide. When prompted choose SAVE AS to save it on your hard disk. Alternatively you may right-click on the link and choose "Save target as...").
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Be patient as this file is pretty large (909 kB). If you transfer on a floppy disk (diskette), be advised to have enough space on that floppy (floppy disks hold about 1400 kB).
Note: This book is already formatted in two-column text emulating an open book with facing pages. Please do not alter the formatting!
The text has been divided into 3 sections, each for a specific student. Please go to your specific section only after you have read the whole text! We are going to have an oral exam after 12 September (date to be announced), and you will be asked questions from the whole text!
...from page 108, CHAPTER XV: MASTERS AND MEN
...to page 215, ending with "she went away, in order to take from herself any chance of changing her determination." (before BOOK II, CHAPTER III: COMFORT IN SORROW.
...from page 216, BOOK II, CHAPTER III: COMFORT IN SORROW
...to the END of the book (page 334, I think)
...from the beginning (page 3)
...to page 109 - Chapter VI (Book 2) - Fading Away
...from page 285
...to page 360 - endSpor la lucru!