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This is surprisingly relevant to my own academic work, which involves thinking about how certain narrative structures/forms produce patterns of affective response, which in turn shapes the way readers interpret the material they’re reading *and* the social worlds they inhabit. To use Pryor’s rhetoric: I write about how literary forms (as well as the forms of interpretation we are taught in literature classrooms) help “shape” qualities like empathy, openness to new experiences, acceptance of self and others, etc. In other words, narrative forms can be pedagogical tools that teach us different ways of interpreting and responding to the world around us. It’s not just “reading makes you a better person,” although I think it often does. Rather,