ok um.. im taking an ap human geo class nd we have to do this book summary so can u help me plezze comment lyke this
section 1 =curses,curses...
-blah blah blah blah
section 2 = y do resorce surpluses mess up politics?
-blah blah blah
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When writing a book summary, the best thing to do is sit down with the book and take notes of important things as you read. Then you can take those notes and review them and decide if you have all of the important things. If not, go back and add some. If you have too much, decide what to leave out. Then write the summary.
I can appreciate that you're disinterested in the assignment you've been given, but this is probably not a great way to get the kind of help you need or want. The book you're referencing is not clear, your question is not clear, and your tone (especially the "blah, blah, blah") is perfectly clear but rather off-putting. In other words, no one is particularly interested in helping someone who isn't willing to be more specific and a little more serious. If you either re-post another question or add a post here for greater clarification, I'm confident you'll get the kinds of thoughtful and helpful responses eNotes editors enjoy giving.
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