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  1. Finding Meaning in Movies (and Why the Pixar Theory is Terrible)

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    November 6, 2015 by Devin

    The flaw students often make in understanding literary analysis is that because adhering to the literal truth of the text is not as important, any interpretation is just as good as the other one because what does it really mean anyway? However, to paraphrase Richard Rohr, literal truth is the lowest form of truth. In this scenario, what a text is is so much less important than what a text means.

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