In the first half of the text, the word "texture" is thrown around in relationship with qualities of the text. In many instances, it is also referred to as having a "woven texture". This idea that the text is woven brings about many connotations. The first being that it is made up a variety of substances or meanings and that when they are combined together that they actually create something great. The second connotation that arises from the words "woven texture" is that the text isn't flat but that it is a substance. In life ideas that have a woven texture have a bulkier quality, so in the writing it means that there is something real and solid within it. When we looked at writings, it is important to not just look at what the overall material is, but to look at the individual weaves that when intertwined create a greater whole.

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