A virtual roundtable on Iser’s legacy Part I: conversation with Gerald Prince

  • Gerald Prince University of Pennsylvania
  • Laura Lucia Rossi University of Leeds

Abstract

In this article you find the first part of a roundtable on Wolfgang’s Iser legacy with Gerald Prince, Mark Freeman, Marco Caracciolo and Federico Bertoni. In Part I we discuss with Prof. Gerald Prince the influence of Iser’s aesthetic response theory on past and current reader oriented approaches, as well as Iser’s last insights on literary anthropology and the role of literary theory.
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2017-06-27
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A virtual roundtable on Iser's legacy