I like to sign my books on the title page, which is where most books are autographed, though you can also sign the inside cover. In some cases, you may want to sign the front cover, though this is rare and would probably only be appropriate for a coffee table book or something that will be on display.
How to Write a Literary Commentary Four Parts: Literary Commentary Help Starting the Literary Commentary Writing the Literary Commentary Polishing the Literary Commentary Community Q&A A literary commentary is a detailed analysis of a passage of text, focusing specifically on the text itself.
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If you love romance novels, this means reading lots of nonfiction books about romance. If it's been a minute since you differentiated between primary sources and everything else, no fear: you've got this. In the case of literature, a primary source is the novel (or poem or short story) itself; a secondary source is writing about that literature.