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In addition to these goals, more recent criticism also strives to understand the relationship of the text to its historical context and the circumstances of its production so as to more fully comprehend the text, as well as to better understand the times in which it was written and why the author wrote it.
** explicit: 1. fully revealed or expressed without vagueness, implication, or ambiguity: leaving no question as to meaning or intent. Explicit implies such verbal plainness and distinctness that there is no need for inference and no room for difficulty in understanding. 2. deutsch: deutlich, klar, ausdrücklich.
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