What are the different interpretive principles that must be brought to the study of Biblical Prose (Narrative) and Poetry

Question 1:
Paul Ricouer speaks of three interpretive worlds of a text: the world behind the text (the historical-cultural background), the world within the text (the literary world, its contexts, words, and grammar), and the world in front of the text (the theological claims and rhetorical impact that the text is making upon the reader). How does this week s reading speak to each of these worlds

Question 2:
What are the different interpretive principles that must be brought to the study of Biblical Prose (Narrative) and Poetry