Chapter One from Nicholas Davey, Unquiet Understanding: Gadamer's Philosophical Hermeneutics (on e-reserves)
I encourage you to read the whole chapter, but if for whatever reason, you need to shorten the reading, read from the beginning through "Thesis Five," "Thesis Eight," and the "Conclusion."
Suggested Post: How do you understand philosophical hermeneutics and its purpose(for openers)? What is it "after"?
What do you find most distinctive and interesting about it as a philosophy, as a way of philosophizing?