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The act of reading : a theory of aesthetic response (edition 1980)

by Wolfgang Iser

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Title:The act of reading : a theory of aesthetic response
Authors:Wolfgang Iser
Info:Baltimore, Md. ; London : Johns Hopkins University Press, 1980.
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Iser examines what happens during the reading process, and how it is basic to the development of a theory of aesthetic response, setting in motion a chain of events that depends both on the text and the exercise of certain human faculties.

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