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Importance ofExamining MultipleTextsWhy are the student’s reading multiple texts? Reading is probably the most practical skill that studentswill take with them after they are allsaid and done with school. It is important that they learn how to read and understand different type of texts as different purposes have different needs, (Cooper, 2001). FictionThe Catcher in the RyeOne of the texts that we are going how to judge the reliability and objective nature of what is actually happening. The story is written in the casual lingo of a teenage prep school dropout. Thus has the student determine the story less through formal literary devices and more through Holden’s slang.The Great GatsbyContinuing with classic American stories is F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby. This is another story in a first person narrative. The character Nick Carraway is recounting his time with Jay Gatsby and what we have to judge the story and the other characters is through his eyes and students will have to wrestle with the fact that Nick is somewhat of an unreliable narrator. Student’s will then have to