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Critic: Emily Dickinson's poetry demonstrates that meaning

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Critic: Emily Dickinson's poetry demonstrates that meaning [#permalink]

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New post 26 Oct 2017, 04:08
Hi all,

I have one question B, what if modern century reader and 19th century reader belong to same culture. ?

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Re: Critic: Emily Dickinson's poetry demonstrates that meaning [#permalink]

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Critic: Emily Dickinson's poetry demonstrates that meaning cannot reside entirely within a poem itself, but is always the unique result of an interaction between a reader's system of beliefs and the poem; and, of course, any two readers from different cultures or eras have radically different systems of beliefs.

If the critic's statements are true, each of the following could be true EXCEPT:

A. A reader's interpretation of a poem by Dickinson is affected by someone else's interpretation of it. -A reader's belief can be impacted by someone else
B. A modern reader and a nineteenth-century reader interpret one of Shakespeare's sonnets in the same way. -CORRECT. This is the total opposite of what is stated in the passage
C. A reader's interpretation of a poem evolves over time. -This is as per the passage
D. Two readers from the same era arrive at different interpretations of the same poem. -This is as per the passage
E. A reader's enjoyment of a poem is enhanced by knowing the poet's interpretation of it. -This is as per the passage
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