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Jones thus determined that Hamlets unconscious motives led to his delay. Through psychological strategies, one can better explore both conscious and unconscious motives of the writer and the characters... ... middle of paper ... ...ritics believe that there are many ways of interpreting a text, they believe that a reader create meanings in literature. Reader-response critics are concerned with a readers experience with literature. This criticism does not aim to determine the meaning of a text, but to draw to our attention the ways in which we read and our influences on our reading. Deconstructionist: Deconstructionist critics simply believe that there is no singular meaning to a text.
Sometimes it’s just beyond telling (71). As previously state, O’Brien persuades the reader to read his and other writer’s texts with skepticism. Rather than just be skeptical of the larger war scenes in the novel or nonfiction text, he asks the readers to question the validity of the text as a whole. By placing this onto the
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