school need help nowim doing a dialectical journal and i need one quote from each chapter the page number and what it means

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accessteacher | High School Teacher | (Level 3) Distinguished Educator

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Yes, we need more help to be able to help you in response to your question. However, just to give you some ideas, if you have to find a quote for each chapter of whatever book you are reading, you might like to think about what you think the most important quote is as you read. What quote jumps out to you as you read it, or obviously relates to some kind of theme or development of a character? You can be sure that this would be a good quote to select and talk about. Good luck!

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litteacher8 | High School Teacher | (Level 3) Distinguished Educator

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What book are you reading? If you are reading an older book, you will find an extext here on enotes. You can then search the extext for your quotes, so you don't need to type them out. Copy and paste them into a document, with proper citation (enotes shows you how to do that too). Choose quotes that you like, or that you think or important. Then explain why they are significant in the story. Don't worry, there are not really any right or wrong answers! Just choose what's important to you!
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literaturenerd | High School Teacher | (Level 2) Educator Emeritus

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What you need to do so that the eNotes editors can help you is:

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Second, it sounds like your question is under the correct category: Q and A. All you need to do is let editors know what text you are referring to and I am sure there is someone who can help you.

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