It is important to note that each individual reader relates to a unique experience in reading a particular literally mode, be it a poem, drama or prose. On the other hand authorial intent relates to an author’s authority with regard to the personal experiences realized in writing a particular literature and more so an author’s intent during the writing process.
In scholarly editing, the role of the editor comes out strongly as an obligation to make an accurate representation of what the original author meant to relay to his or her audience. When one reads the work of a particular author, it common to find that such a reader tends to have a personal creation of the author’s image based on the works relayed throughout a given text.
To some literature scholars, verbal construction brings about a clearly inherent and determinate meaning despite the author’s intent in choosing that very form of verbal constr