Authors: Mortimer J. Adler,Charles Van Doren
Adler gives you all the tools you will need to learn the different ways of comprehending various types of literature. He also gives you tips on the kind of skimming that really benefits and how to get exactly what the author is trying to share from any genre of books. When you have finished, you can use the tests given by the author to assess how much you’ve progressed!
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