Note Taking Basics - Fiction and Novels


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Robin argues for a distinction between experience-based learning and fact-based learning. He classifies novels as experience-based learning and disparages the practice of reading novels first for analysis and facts. He advocates noting only interesting passages and what impact they make (in few words) on the first pass. He says that in experience-based learning things "only make sense in retrospect".