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Reader Response Theory is a broad, exciting, evolving domain of literary studies that can help us learn about our own reading processes and how they relate to specific elements in the text we read. The readers do not passively consume the meaning presented to them by the objective literary text. Stanley Fish's Reader Response Theory originated with an interesting experiment that was conducted by him for proving that, 'Interpretation is not the art of construing but the art of constructing.doi:10.24113/ijellh.v8i5.10599 fatcat:nw3gydwvfbbnxiyzodgilqomay