The writer of the literary text writes it and leaves it for the reader who looks here and there and read the text carefully. When the reader finishes reading the text he/she must ask the question what is it all about? If he/she an objective critic he can reach to good answer and new interpretation. The writer wtrites the book and does not tell the reader about what he means. Finally, reading the texts on several levels of meaning will provide new interpretation. Please do not forget the role of ideology in shaping the discourse or the text. (See Alsusser)   

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HI Dr Kamal

 

Ok I will keep it in mind. and I will try to answer your question in the old man and the sea.

 

NOTE : I hate reading and you force me to read.ha ha ha ha ( I am kidding ) GOD bless you

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