Author Fights For His Book On The Internet After Slacking Student Pleads For A Quick Summary

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Author Fights For His Book On The Internet After Slacking Student Pleads For A Quick Summary
Yet still, there are students who see reading as work rather than a joy, which is partially to be blamed on an increasingly visual world, and partially to be blamed on the fact that most of the educational system has yet to fully adopt students’ digital lives. This leaves it up to the authors to defend the value of their work, which is exactly what DC Pierson did.

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