The Experience of Reading: Louise Rosenblatt and Reader-Response Theory ebook
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Chapter · April 2019 with 5 Reads. Louise Rosenblatt (b. 1904–d. In book: Literary and Critical Theory. Cite this publication. 2005) was a highly influential thinker in literary and critical theory, reading pedagogy, and education. She was professor of education at New York University from 1948 until 1972, and she continued to teach for many years at other universities. The process of reading is a dynamic transaction between the reader and the text, in which meaningful ideas arise for readers from their own thoughtful and creative interpretations.
Rosenblatt published her first book in 1931. It was written in French and examined the "art for art's sake" movement that had stirred England in the latter portion of the nineteenth century. Rosenblatt was enrolled as an instructor at Barnard College in 1931, and remained on the college's rolls through 1938.
Reader-Response Theory Texts. Paradise Lost by John Milton (1667). How does Holland speak about his own reading practice and perspective in this book? Subjective Criticism by David Bleich (1978). It's Milton's epic about Adam and Eve's fall from grace. Getting kicked out of the Garden of Eden sure hurts. Rosenblatt pioneered Reader-Response theory with this study, in which she considers how the reader's response is critical to our understanding of a literary work.
Rosenblatt applies her reader response theory to the experience of poetry, as an illustration of the transactional approach to literary works of ar. The Literary Transaction: Evocation and Response.
The quest for the poem itself is a chase after a false objectivity, and the evaluation and criticism of a poem must avoid reducing the role of the reader. Theory into Practice 2. (1982): 268–277.
Encyclopedia Article. Book discussion club, Collaborative learning, Reader-Response Criticism, Educational assessment, Self-assessment.
The Significance of Louise Rosenblatt on the Field of Teaching Literature1997 article. 1999 Interview with Louise Rosenblatt by University of Miami students. Encyclopedia Article. List of centenarians (educators, school administrators, social scientists and linguists).