Anne Contrast The Courtly Reader And The Carnals

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1) In the passage Anne contrast the carnal reader and the courtly readers. First she contrasts that the courtly readers where they believe the only thing they were allowed to do with books were to read them. Courtly readers never leave their bookmarks when they were done. While in the other hand, Fadiman believe in the carnal love, the carnals readers had more privilege and use to leave romantics mementos.
2) I can tell the carnal is superior to the other one because, even when they leave some messy quotes in the book it was right for them so they will know where they have done. Instead the courtly readers, they used to think books where aggrade that could do nothing with them besides reading them. Not even putting them side down with the
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