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<I am working on a document that consists of a series of chapters that are related, but that emphatically need not <be read sequentially. The document is not a reference, it's really quite conceptual. But it is simply not necessary <for the reader to read it in order, and, in fact, I want the reader to feel "invited" to dip into the document more or <less at random.
For a Latin American lit class, I had to read Gabriel Garcia Marques' "One Hundred Years of Solitude." The professor said because of the way Marques organized this novel, we could read the chapters in any order yet the chapters were still numbered.
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