All works of literature possess a river of thematic concern flowing beneath the written word. Some philosophers have expounded that authors themselves work to uncover and discover their own well-hidden secrets and foibles layered deep within the narrative structure of their work.       

The writer Alexei Panshin writes: “A book isn't a single, static thing with one unarguable meaning. Each reader who comes to it brings his own special knowledge, habits and attitudes. Each reader reads a different book. Each reader imagines a different story.”

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