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Peter Hollindale (born 1936) is an educationalist and literary critic.
Three Levels of Ideology
Hollindale's most renowned theory[according to whom?] was that of the three levels of ideology in a text, which pertained to all four modern reading approaches (author-centred, reader-centred, text-centred, world-view-centred).
The levels are as follows: 1) The author's profound message in a text 2) The unexamined assumptions of the author 3) The ideologies of the author's world
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