I sometimes hear the complaint that people didn't read something (a book, an article, even an email) because "it was too long." While this is may be acceptable in some circumstances (e.g. I have not been able to complete James Joyce Ulysses for this reason), it is not acceptable in others (e.g. school and work). Plus, the more responsibility you have in life, the more you will have to read and the less time you will have to read it.
It's important to learn how to read a lot.
This is a skill to start developing in school, but continue working on after you graduate.
So here are some strategies to consider:
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