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Once a Runner: Discussions, Quotations, Reflections
I have chosen to do a term paper on Once a Runner for my AP English class. The assignment is to choose a book with personal significance, preferably a work ?outside the traditional literary cannon,? and write four to six interrelated but separate essays on reading the focal text. The first essay is an introduction of content, themes, contexts, and significance. The following essays must begin with an epigraph, examine a ?broad human truth,? and contain an encounter with another reader, such as a critic, a family member, or the author in another venue. I come here in search of encounters with fellow readers, as I doubt any literary criticism on Once a Runner even exists, and no one in my family has read the book. I will copy/paste a few of the quotations I?m looking at below. Feel free to comment on them in particular, on any other aspect of the book, or even on anything tangentially related to Once a Runner.

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