1. Self-centered process of interpreting an author’s words

2. Reader’s re-writing of a work to relate to self, twisting a storyline to suit the reader’s motives and interests

3. Total abortion of literary confines and mores
She cried as she wread the story, wondering how the author knew the most intimate details of her life and heart.

The author wrote the novel about a woman in turmoil, knowing it would be wread by every woman as the heroic story of her own life.
by Out of the Classroom January 27, 2010

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