Wolfgang Iser as a Reader Response Critic: A Brief Note

Negating the Formalist notion of objective reality and autotelic text that nullifies the participation of the readers, Wolfgang Iser in The Implied Reader, follows the phenomenological theories of Husserl and Ingarden, and formulates two aspects of a literary work: the artistic pole (created by the author) and the aesthetic pole (realisation accomplished by the reader),… Read More Wolfgang Iser as a Reader Response Critic: A Brief Note