Most of the time, we read texts without paying much attention to the way they are "made." However, looking at a text more closely does not only increase our understanding of it, but also helps us become better writers. In other words, analyzing texts is a very useful activity.
Since we all understand the same text differently, talking about it in more detail can also enrich our reading experience immensely: we can share our own way of understanding a text with others - and then learn how they understand it in turn.
I would therefore invite you all to SHARE your way of reading one of the following texts:
If you don't know what you can look at in a text, here some "tools" that might help you:
I am looking forward to reading your posts,