A Schema-Theoretic Approach to Agreement and Disagreement in Literary Interpretation
In "Interpreting the Variorium," Stanley develops his theory of reader response, one which he had already begun articulating in "Literature in the Reader," into one capable of not only describing some of the processes of reading that contribute to meaning making, but also situating the individual reader within her wider surroundings. "Interpreting the Variorium" comes at the middle of a set of essays making up Fish's book Is There a Text in this Class?, and in many ways this essay marks a transition from Fish's concern with reader response, specifically the importance of time in the process of reading, to a concern with the social forces that affect reading and the power of those forces to influence the reading process as well as agreement and disagreement between readers.
English Language and Literature
Fairgrieve '12, Amy, "A Schema-Theoretic Approach to Agreement and Disagreement in Literary Interpretation" (2012). Honors Projects. Paper 30.
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