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How do you go from being a reader who identifies with particular characters to one who can appreciate the work as a whole? *(Highlighter? Stopping after every significant statement and writing down why that happened? Reading more novels isn't helping)

This podcast is illuminating for providing an "answer sheet" to questions implicit in the book. Are there other sources(podcasts, blogs, ...) providing definitive takes on the themes of other books? I'd like feedback on how/if I'm progressing.

*I missed obvious explanations and themes and would like to be able to get somewhat close to what's intended from the book. I was rooting for cool powerful characters not understanding what was meant.