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Running head: READING REFLECTION
Introduction to Literature
The reader-response appeal to literature relies on the reader's ability to process the information being shared rather than the author or the text itself. With the reader-response, a person reads text and then relates to automatic explanations about life that are triggered moment by moment as they continue to read. The linguistics used triggers the reader's nervous system spontaneously in response to being perturbed by the text. This type of approach to reading allows people to imagine and be creative within them.
The reader-response approach with "the Road Not Taken" by Robert Frost offered a common understanding for situations in which I had to choose between two decisions. There was a visceral vision of a dilemma to make a choice that would eliminate the other option from ever becoming a possibility when Frost submitted that there was remorse for not being able to travel down the paths for both decisions.
Every decision we make causes a difference in some sort of way. Since Frosts' dilemma was not clear and concise I was able to implement my own choices to make a decision on. The key linguistic that triggered the process was use of the term 'path'.
I was able to relate the poem to a difficult decision of whether or not I was going to move across the country for a job offer. When Frost wrote "because it was grassy and wanted wear" I was able to relate to the yearning to want to move to California (grassy), but not leave the support of my family behind in Texas (wanted wear). My fiancÃÂ©e and I had to sort through the mutual acknowledgement of each others concerns, have common...