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What does it mean to talk about how something has been shaped by my personal context?

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Your personal context is basically the sum of your life's experiences, beliefs, and influences. You view everything through your personal context; it's like another way of saying your own personal point of view.

When you read literature, sometimes your personal context affects how you interpret that literature. For example: if you are very religious, then you might judge the characters in the novel according to your religious beliefs. Or,...

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