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Literature As Exploration

de Louise M. Rosenblatt

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Louise Rosenblatt's Literature as Exploration has influenced literary theorists and teachers of literature at all levels. This attractive trade paperback edition features a new foreword by Wayne Booth, a new preface and retrospective chapter by the author, and an updated list of suggested readings. In Literature as Exploration, Rosenblatt presents her unique theory of literature and focuses on the immense, often untapped, potential for the study and teaching of literature in a democratic society. The author's philosophy of literature is frequently cited as the first presentation of reader-response theory, but she differs from her successors in emphasizing both the reader and the text. Her "transactional" theory of literature examines the reciprocal nature of the literary experience and explains why meaning is neither "in" the text nor "in" the reader. Each reading is "a particular event involving a particular reader and a particular text under particular circumstances." And teachers of literature, Rosenblatt argues, play a pivotal role in influencing how students perform in response to a text.… (més)
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Unbelievable how many of the points this woman made in the 1930s about teaching literature are still relevant today - and how many of her tips/guidelines for teachers are still being ignored.
  j_tuffi | May 30, 2020 |
This excerpt is about the way student's and readers interpret literature. It goes over how authors communicate to their audience, and the ways readers perceive their works. This article puts an emphasis on being able to relate to books through the reader's own personal life experiences. Without this experience, reading would be useless and leave little impact on the reader. The article comments on the value of literacy. She believes that literature is a intensely personal experience, and I could not agree more. I have always loved to read. I always felt like it opened up my mind and allowed me to expand my thinking in such a rich way. I agree with everything the author conveys in this article, and I found it to be a very mind-opening, insightful read. ( )
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Louise Rosenblatt's Literature as Exploration has influenced literary theorists and teachers of literature at all levels. This attractive trade paperback edition features a new foreword by Wayne Booth, a new preface and retrospective chapter by the author, and an updated list of suggested readings. In Literature as Exploration, Rosenblatt presents her unique theory of literature and focuses on the immense, often untapped, potential for the study and teaching of literature in a democratic society. The author's philosophy of literature is frequently cited as the first presentation of reader-response theory, but she differs from her successors in emphasizing both the reader and the text. Her "transactional" theory of literature examines the reciprocal nature of the literary experience and explains why meaning is neither "in" the text nor "in" the reader. Each reading is "a particular event involving a particular reader and a particular text under particular circumstances." And teachers of literature, Rosenblatt argues, play a pivotal role in influencing how students perform in response to a text.

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