I'm reading Either/Or and I'm progressing quite well with the book. I'm supplementing it with some external resources where needed, but for the most part I'm doing well without those, by the way, I'm reading Hong's translation, that not only is unabridged but brings a handful of very useful footnotes where needed (unlike Alastair Hannay's translation).
However, it's been quite a few times already that I see Kierkegaard using the words "Recollection" and "Repetition", and I also have the impression he makes some differentiation between what he thinks to be "Recollection" - whose definition I don't know, even though from context it can be inferred it has something to do with the act of remembering - and "Remembering".
I also looked for it on google and I didn't find any article that shed light on these doubts. There still are a bunch of articles on Repetition, but they didn't quite clarify my doubts either.