Elegy and Mourning in Alistair MacLeod's "The Boat". (Articles)
She then uses these paradigms as suggestive "reading models" for the interpretation of works by Gallant, Munro, and other contemporary fiction-elegists. Figuring Grief offers new readings of specific works and suggests that new ways of reading are both demanded and rewarded by a poetics of elegy.
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Elegiac fictions: the motif of the unlived life - Edward Engelberg - Google книги
What is the precise relationship between the writer of a text and the reader? Contributions to reader-response theory have suggested that the reader is relatively passive. In this text, Professor Foster argues that the relationship is more complex than that: readers enter into complicity with writers and create the illusion of the writer's mastery over meaning in order to imagine themselves as masters and become writers in their own place.
What emerges is a fresh theory of reading literature: the engagement between writer and reader as a struggle for power in which the reader is actively complicit and self-conscious in his or her interpretations.
Dall'interno del libro. Pagine selezionate Pagina del titolo. Indice analitico. Subjects: Adjustment Psychology ; Community health services ; Families. Subjects: Grief ; Parent-child relationship ; Adaptability Psychology.
Subjects: Grief therapy ; Creation Literary, artistic, etc. Source: Harvard Business Review.
Subjects: Grief. Subjects: Adolescence ; Children ; Diagnosis of mental depression. Source: BMC Psychiatry. Apr-Jun, Vol. Source: Counseling Today; May, Vol.
danardono.com.or.id/libraries/2020-11-02/giwa-mobile-surveillance-tool.php Source: Distinktion: Journal of Social Theory. Aug, Vol. Subjects: Grief ; Individual development. May, Vol.