How deeply do you think into meanings?

@GemmaR (8526)
January 14, 2009 12:11pm CST
When you're reading a book, how deeply do you think about the meaning of the words you're reading? Do you take everything on face value, or do you think deeper about it?
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@Tonycn (76)
• Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
15 Jan 09
When I'm reading I always enjoy the fun of the story. But some time that you call "deeper meaning" is the most important of the book and I will read it once more. That's also a fun of reading.
@Opal26 (17691)
• United States
15 Jan 09
Hey Gemma! That's the fun part about reading! You can just get lost in the words and the meaning! I wouldn't say that I take everything at face value, but I sometimes do get so involved in the story that I am able to forget about things and enjoy the story and the places and the people as if it were something "real" if only for the time that I am reading the book. That is the purpose of reading sometimes, to be able to drift off into another place and time if only for a brief moment...
@bamakelly (5194)
• United States
14 Jan 09
I usually like to take a deep meaning into what I am reading. I enjoy a book that involves using my imagination. I haven't read in a while but I really should go back to it. You know. It is hard to go back to certain things after you have a habit of going on line so frequently!