Vocabulary for Tyson ch. 6: Reader-Response Criticism

 

  1. Reader-Response Criticism (153-54): 
  2. Written text as event (157):
  3. Transactional Reader-Response (L. Rosenblatt, 158): 
  4. Text (158):
  5. Reader and Poem (158):
  6. Blueprint (158): 
  7. Efferent (158): 
  8. Aesthetic (158): 
  9. Determinate Meaning (W. Iser, 159): 
  10. Indeterminate Meaning (159): 
  11. Readerís Experiences (159):
  12. Prestructured (159):
  13. Interpretation (159):
  14. Author Interpretation (159-60):
  15. Affective Stylistics (S. Fish, 160): 
  16. Literary Text as Event (160):
  17. The Text (160):
  18. Reader Expectations (161):
  19. Thematic Evidence (162-63):
  20. Subjective Reader-Response Theory (D. Bleich, 163): 
  21. Real Objects (164): 
  22. Symbolic Objects (164): 
  23. Symbolization (164): 
  24. Resymbolization (164): 
  25. Text (164): 
  26. Producing Knowledge (164-65, 68): 
  27. Objectivity (164):
  28. Response Statement (165): 
  29. Negotiable (165): 
  30. Reader Oriented (165): 
  31. Reality Oriented (165): 
  32. Experience Oriented (165): 
  33. Response-Analysis Statement (166): 
  34. Psychological Reader-Response Theory (N. Holland, 168): 
  35. Identity Theme (169): 
  36. Interpretation Modes (170):
  37. Defense Mode: 
  38. Fantasy Mode: 
  39. Transformation Mode: 
  40. Social Reader-Response Theory (S. Fish, 171): 
  41. Interpretive Community (171): 
  42. Readers vs The Reader (173):
  43. The Informed Reader (173): 
    1. also see Educated Reader, Ideal Reader, Optimal Reader (174):
  44. Implied Reader (W. Iser, 174):
    1. also see Intended Reader, Narratee (174):