Q. 24.5( 2 Votes )

‘The author’s treatment of the subject matter makes the readers identify themselves with the experience.’ Comment on this statement.

Answer :

The author of this story, 'Mark Twain', which is a pseudonym for 'Samuel Clemens', had not received schooling and education for more than ten years; he had worked as a steamboat pilot, a prospector and also as a printer's apprentice. The stories written by Mark Twain were such that they had a twist of humour to them, while the plot of the stories was natural; something that could easily see to be happening with any other human being. The way in which he writes his stories, makes the readers attached to it and get connected to it in a certain manner because they might've experienced the happenings of the story at some point in time, must've seen someone else experiencing those happenings or they could easily imagine the happenings in the story due to the easy understanding of the plot as it would be related to day to day incidents occurring in people's lives.
Thus, 'the author's treatment of the subject matter makes the readers identify themselves with the experience'.


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