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The author may or may not tell you what the questions were that caused him to produce his work. It is your task as a reader to formulate the questions as accurately as you can.
You should be able to state the main question the book tries to answer and be able to state the subordinate questions if the main question is complex with many parts.
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Every book has a structure that should be understood. There is a difference between a pile of bricks and a single house. A book is like a single house. It is made up of different rooms, sizes, shapes, outlooks, uses. Each major part has an amount of independence.
Practical books tell you how to do something you want to do or should do, along with an argument for the right way of doing it.
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