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The implied reader : patterns of communication in prose fiction from Bunyan to Beckett / by Wolfgang Iser.


Baltimore, Md. : Johns Hopkins University Press, [1974] .
ISBN 080181569X

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Standard Title Implizite Leser. English
Subjects Engels.
Englisch.
Fictie.
Fiction -- History and criticism.
Fiction.
Literatuurkritiek.
Literatuurtheorie.
Reader-response criticism.
Roman -- Histoire et critique.
Roman.
Description xiv, 303 pages ; 23 cm
Copyright Date [1974]
©1974
Notes Translation of Der implizite Leser.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents Bunyan's Pilgrim's progress : the doctrine of predestination and the shaping of the novel -- The role of the reader in Fielding's Joseph Andrews and Tom Jones -- The generic control of the esthetic response : an examination of Smollett's Humphry Clinker -- Fiction-- the filter of history : a study of Sir Walter Scott's Waverley -- The reader as a component part of the realistic novel : esthetic effects in Thackeray's Vanity fair -- Self-reduction. The self-communication of subjectivity in autobiographical fiction. W.M. Thackeray : Henry Esmond ; Perception, temporality, and action as modes of subjectivity. W. Faulkner : The sound and the fury ; The unpredictability of subjectivity. I. Compton-Burnett : A heritage and its history ; Subjectivity as the autogenous cancellation of its own manifestations. S. Beckett : Molloy, Malone dies, The unnamable -- Doing things in style : an interpretation of "The oxen of the sun" in James Joyce's Ulysses -- Patterns of communication in Joyce's Ulysses -- Dialogue of the unspeakable : Ivy Compton-Burnett : a heritage and its history -- When is the end not the end? : the idea of fiction in Beckett -- The reading process : a phenomenological approach.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)754495
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WorldCat Identities Iser, Wolfgang.
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