Interrelationships between the Spectator and the Author
   In fact, every spectator, in correspondence with his individuality, in his own way and out of his own experience-out of the womb of his fantasy, out of the warp and weft of his associations, all conditioned by the premises of his character, habits and social appurtenances, creates an image in accordance with the representational guidance suggested by the author, leading him to understanding and experience of the author's theme. This is the same image that was planned and created by the author, but this image is at the same time created also by the spectator himself. (Eisenstein, 1947, p. 33)

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