This site deals about topics that are substantially more subjective than the average Stack Exchange site. And as a result, there is a lot of confusion about the primarily opinion based closed reason.
I'm little worried about this question. I'm quite new to this site and I read that questions that require an opinion-based answers or debatable might not be appropriate. And I think the fact that this is a literature site makes that point quite vague.... Is this question get passed as OK?
Complicated name features in Wuthering Heights
And when we do use the primarily opinion based reason, we need to add a comment explaining our sites stance on subjective questions:
Welcome to Literature! Please can you clarify your question - e.g. what do you mean by "most important"? As it stands, this question is liable to be closed as primarily opinion-based. Many good questions generate some degree of opinion based on expert experience, but Stack Exchange generally prefers questions which can be answered with at least some degree of objectivity (facts, references, or specific expertise); the subjectivity of literary analysis is fine, but this smells a bit like a "what's your favourite" type question.
What are the most important passages of Hamlet, and why?
Could we rename this close reason?