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The Reader in the Text : Essays on Audience and Interpretation
by Susan Rubin Suleiman and Inge Crosman


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A reader may be in" a text as a character is in a novel, but also as one is in a train of thought—both possessing and being possessed by it. This paradox suggests the ambiguities inherent in the concept of audience. In these original essays, a group of international scholars raises fundamental questions about the status—be it rhetorical, semiotic and structuralist, phenomenological, subjective and psychoanalytic, sociological and historical, or hermeneutic—of the audience in relation to a literary or artistic text.  Read more...


 
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A reader may be in" a text as a character is in a novel, but also as one is in a train of thought—both possessing and being possessed by it. This paradox suggests the ambiguities inherent in the concept of audience. In these original essays, a group of international scholars raises fundamental questions about the status—be it rhetorical, semiotic and structuralist, phenomenological, subjective and psychoanalytic, sociological and historical, or hermeneutic—of the audience in relation to a literary or artistic text.

Originally published in 1980.

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  • ISBN: 9781400857111
  • Publisher: Princeton University Press
  • Date: July 2014
 
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