Readers and Reading

Readers and Reading

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Much literary criticism focuses on literary producers and their products, but an important part of such work considers the end-user, the reader. It asks such questions as: how far can the author condition the response of the reader, and how much does the reader create the meaning of a text? Dr Bennett's collection includes important essays from such writers and critics as Wolfgang Iser, Mary Jacobus, Roger Chartier, Michel de Certeau, Shoshana Felman, Maurice Blanchot, Paul de Man and Yves Bonnefoy. It looks in turn at deconstructionist, feminist, new historicist and psychoanalytical response to the school. The book then considers the act of reading itself, discussing such issues as the uniqueness of any reading and the difficulties involved in its analysis.Similarly, readers have been variously named by these and other critics: in The Return oftne Reader, for example, ... collections of essays in reader-response criticism were published: lane Tompkinsa#39;s Reader Response Criticism: Fromanbsp;...


Title:Readers and Reading
Author: Andrew Bennett
Publisher:Routledge - 2014-07-15
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