As a general rule most readers approach a text differently depending on its perceived genre. When reading a poem we often assign value to alliteration, wordplay, meter and the author’s ability to convey maximum imagery or meaning in a succinct form. Novels are evaluated for their settings, character development, narrative technique and other literary attributes. When presented with a research article or a nonfiction book we may look for coherent and convincing argumentation or a clear exposition of a body of facts. In addition, the reader must make a decision about how to read the material. Will the information presented be taken at face value or critically examined and perhaps questioned?