Context of interpretation

IB English A: Language & Literature: Context of interpretation

Have you ever read a very popular or famous literary text that you simply did not like? How can this be? Perhaps the writer of the text did not have you in mind when writing. Perhaps the writer had a different target audience in mind. Perhaps the writer lived in a different time and culture than yours. We all make our own interpretation of texts based on personal experiences, our cultural values and our current setting....


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