“Kitoblar qanday o’qiladi” by Mortimer Adler and Charlz Van Doren
Why Why do some readers see any work to have deep meaning, while others do not, and still others think it has no meaning at all?
Why do you interpret the work differently each time you read it?
• Why do some people pick up on all the subtleties in the work’s substance, see the intricacies between its lines, hear its music, feel its flavor, and sense its color, while others pay no attention?
• Why does it take more than one reading for someone to comprehend the material in a textbook, and why must it be repeated and communicated to others?
You must be able to actively read in order to catch the author’s “wave” and comprehend more. Mortimer Adler was an American philosopher, editor, and educator who committed his whole life to fostering a love of and understanding for literature. He consequently wrote this book.
For individuals who want to develop a thorough knowledge of the text, this book is essential. Everyone who works with editors and texts will find it helpful as well.