56. According to the passage, the writer often does the following to his book except ________.
A. have it dog-eared B. carry it everywhere
C. keep it tidy D. have dirty marks in it
57. Why does the writer treat his favorite books badly?
A. To cover up his disrespect for its author.
B. To conceal his aggressions to things around.
C. To express his objection to the book preserver.
D. To show his strong affection for the book.
58. The book Tex-Mex—Food, Music and the Joy of Life from Texas is mentioned by the writer to show that ________.
A. it is really common to have dirty marks in the cook book
B. Tex-Max is not popular mainly because it’s low in calories
C. the writer is not alone with the view that books should be abused
D. one must try some food like Tex-Max to experience the love for life
59. What’s the main idea of the passage?
A. The defense of one who treats books badly.
B. The reasons why a certain book is preferred.
C. The book lovers’ different habits of reading.
D. The different ways to treat different books.