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My reaction of this book Habits of the Heart when I first bought it was that it would be very hard to read because the book has over three hundred pages filled with very microscopic typed words When the instructor first assigned our assignment for this book I was shocked because we had only two weeks to read the book and do the assignment Two weeks to read the whole book I knew that I wont finish reading the whole book in two weeks because I am a slow reader and I hate reading a book especially a long one I know that I wont finish the book because when I read a book makes me bored and makes me want to sleep Also another thing why I know was that I wont finish the book is because I have other assignments for other classes to do too So that means I have to try as hard as I can to read as much as I can as much so I can do the assignment For this assignment we have to do a two-page reaction paper on this book find ten words and define it have ten questions about the book and cite a paragraph that interest me The introductory section of the book consist of chapters one and two In chapter one titled The Pursuit of Happiness introduces four people The four that were introduced in this chapter were Brian Palmer who is a successful businessman Joe Gorman Margaret Oldham who is a therapist and Wayne Bauer This chapter the book shows different views of those four people on how they tend to find happiness and their personal lives Chapter two titled Culture and Character The Historical Conversation talks about how each of them are differs in their individualism This chapter talks about how a person historical past affect the person life Also this chapter introduces some historical leaders and their saying
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