Plurality as Virtue

In Barthes' view, a text that posseses plurality, there
would be many points of interaction with the text 'without
any one of them being able to surpass the rest... we
gain access to it by several entrances, none of it can
be authoritatively declared to be the main one'.
                                                                               - S/Z

Plurality of a text therefore is a virtue as it allows the
reader freedom of thought and interpretation so that
he/she becomes the "producer".

Is unlimited plurality of text such a virtue though?