Title: Percy: The Common Reader and the Complex Reader
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There will only be one sovereign experience.
There are many opportunities for one to view the Grand Canyon. The common tourist takes the packaged tour. He sees the canyon the way his travel agent intended. He takes pictures and "measures his satisfaction by the degree to which the canyon conforms to the preformed complex" (qtd...
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in Percy 463). This simply means he is pleased with his experience, feeling he has not been cheated by the packaged tour. Like the tourist visiting the Grand Canyon, the common reader merely reads the text, however, the spaces between the lines are left unexplored. The common reader might read "The Loss of the Creature," not comprehend Percy's concepts and dismiss the text comparable to the tourist visiting the canyon, ignoring all of the history, beauty and mystique that has formed this national treasure into the preformed concept that civilization knows it as today...
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