Quotes on interpretation

  The true reader reads every work seriously in the sense that he reads it whole-heartedly, makes himself as receptive as he can. But for that very reason he cannot possibly read every work solemly or gravely. For he will read 'in the same spirit that the author writ.'.. He will never commit the error of trying to munch whipped cream as if it were venison.  
C.S. Lewis

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