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How to read literature like a professor:
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"... in general a symbol can't be reduced to standing for only one thing." Page 98

I found this chapter interesting but not that helpful. Everything that the author spoke about, I already knew. That symbolism has many different meanings and that there is not "right" or "wrong" answer. It all depends on who the reader is and what they are thinking.  It all depends on you and how you feel about the passage.  


Ashley Pascoe said:

I like how he mentions that symbolism is more useful in a classroom setting because we get to here what other classmates have to say. Each and everyone of us bring something different to the table, which will help us broaden our mind and way of thinking, therefore, expanding our ability to derive the meaning from different forms of symbolism!

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