Intro - Ways of Reading

Intro - Ways of Reading - Pamela Yang ENG1A January 26,...

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Pamela Yang ENG1A January 26, 2008 Ways of Reading: An Anthology for Writers Introduction (p. 1-16) In the introduction of Ways of Reading: An Anthology for Writers , David Bartholomae and Anthony Petrosky describe reading as a process where one puts his or her own thoughts about a piece of literature into their own words. It is not only interpreting what the writer is trying to say, but inputting your own outlook to form a meaningful explanation to decipher the author’s hidden message. The author presents their own perspective for you to construct something meaningful out of the text they have given you. Reading different arrays of various writers’ composition of literary works is getting a chance to see the world in a different aspect through your own predisposition. Consequently, there will be a wide range of perspectives from the audience. Considering the readers gathered their individual prospects, resulting in a broad range of diverse interpretations. Each reader comes from their own backgrounds and they play a huge role in capturing the significance of
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