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Reader-Response Strategies

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Jake Reichard

on 13 September 2010

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Transcript of Reader-Response Strategies

Reader-Response Strategies Anthony Lerch, Jake Reichard, Owen Fry Rather than paying attention to the formal aspects of the text,
reader-response criticism focuses on what the
reader is thinking while reading a work of literature. Reader-response critics do not view works of literature as having fixed properties.
Instead, they view it as an evolving work that varies with the reader's perception. Each reader views characters and events in different
ways based on his or her beliefs and background. Reading with this strategy can create multiple different interpretations of the same piece of literature. Example: Of Mice and Men By John Steinbeck At the end of the novel, the reader's response varies
based on his or her views regarding certain moral issues.
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