Reading Sites: Social Difference and Reader Response

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Reading Sites explores how social differences condition and shape reader response. Bringing to the fore a key but long-unexplored issue, this volume extends reader-response theory and unites it with more recent discussions on the ethics of reading to consider how readers from different class, gender, racial, and ethnic positions respond to texts, authors, and other real or imagined readers. Integrating scholarship from literary studies and composition and rhetoric, Reading Sites examines a host of genres, from nineteenth ...

Reading Sites: Social Difference and Reader Response 2004, Modern Language Association of America, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780873529846

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