I'm taking a discrete math course. The textbook we use is such a pain to read because the amount of material is very overwhelming. For example, chapter 1 alone is 115 pages. And every subsection, 1.1-1.8, is very important to the coursework (from propositional logic to intro to proofs), so it's not like I can just skip a couple sections.
I'm trying to read everything and then summarize all of chapter 1 into one short chapter, but doing this feels like I'm neglecting a lot of the nuance that fills up the pages.
How do I approach overwhelming course material without neglecting nuance and without burning myself out?