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Do you always remember the storyline of a book you have read?

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Reading a book leaves an impression on a person's mind and soul. How long-lasting is that impression in terms of remembering the plot/storyline? Can you recall "what happened" in the book? Or is it just the impression that you carry with you?

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It depends how long ago I read it. Generally I can remember the basic plot and storyline, and I may remember particular scenes that struck a note with me. Exact details and other events, however, I tend to forget.
Very rarely do I remember a plot longer than a year but I always tend to remember characters, particularly ones I really liked.
No, not all of them. I've read too many for that! I remember the plot of some, and with others sometimes I just remember particular scenes or quotable lines of dialogue.
Rarely do I remember as am on to the next and if you ask me a few weeks later, I probably won't remember though I find if I just look at the book, that puts my memory into active mode, and I remember some of it.
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