This dissertation provides the researcher's suggestions and reflections on the comparison between practical criticism and narratology interpretations of Wang Wen-hsing's “The Toy Revolver”. Chapters are listed as follow: Chapter 1: Research Purpose and Motivation. Wang Wen-hsing proposed “slow reading”, which is a contrast to compact lecture time. In order to abstract concepts among literatures effectively and detailedly, this dissertation implemented practical criticism and narratology method to interpret Wang's literature. In this way, the researcher achieves his/her teaching purposes of slow reading and creative thinking implementation, while experiencing the virtue of steady through literature analysis. Chapter 2: Literature Analysis. This dissertation separates Wang's creations analysis and novel writing teaching, and discusses the pros and cons and features of them. This chapter also discusses the potential contributions of this dissertation to the field of study. Chapter 3: Slow Reading and Interpretation. This chapter discusses the purposes and reflection on Wang's slow reading theory. This chapter also discusses the similarities and differences of practical criticism and narratology on literature interpretations. Chapter 4: Takes “The Toy Revolver” as an example, this dissertation compares the perspectives and contributions of practical criticism and narratology literature interpretations, and make reflections on these comparisons. Chapter 5: The Author and Existentialism. Literatures are the product of times. Adding certain level of philosophical discussion would help to understand the inner implication of the literature's author. Chapter 6: Conclusion and Suggestion. Different interpretation methods would bring us different perspectives from the same literature. The discussion of existentialism would also help readers to have a precise understanding of authors' motivation behind his/her creation.