Not only prevailing a few reader's interpretation to the whole class, but also eliciting transaction with peers is one of the important conditions for developing learning of reading. Each readers should be revising their own readings and interpretations through such learning processes, and should hold shared meanings on the text or the learning materials in their learning community. In such situations, How we think about the relationship between reader's subjectivity and the collaborations in the learning communities would be crucial problem. Through examining David Bleich's theoretical works, especially subjective criticism and double-perspective theory, the pedagogy of disclosure, the relationship subjectivity and collaboration in the Literature classroom was discussed in this paper. As a conclusion, several suggestions for teaching practice were pointed out.