Re: RARA-AVIS: Reader's subtexts

From: Michael Robison (
Date: 07 Sep 2006

Juri Nummelin wrote:

But no reader can twist it anyway he/she wants to. There's still the text. I think it would be nihilist to assume otherwise.
  Since this is getting off-topic...

**************** Not off-topic at all, Juri. It's a solid point that needed to be brought up. If the subtext is wholly up to the reader's interpretation, then a book can mean anything. I refuse to believe that. And as you said, Juri, "There's still the text."


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