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It isn't like the rest of the country – it is like a nation itself – more tolerant than the rest in a curious way. Littleness gets swallowed up here. All the viciousness that makes other cities vicious is sucked up and absorbed in New York.
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Students reading books are like riding and finishing a bicycle adventure. They learn from the things they see and feel. A teacher must ensure that book reading does not only accomplish reading, but feeling, appreciation and learning critical thinking or insight derivation, too.