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" To make his text communicative, the author has to assume that the ensemble of codes he relies upon is the same as that shared by his possible reader. The author has thus to foresee a model of the possible reader (hereafter Model Reader) supposedly able... "
Umberto Eco and the Open Text: Semiotics, Fiction, Popular Culture - Page 90
by Peter Bondanella - 2005 - 236 pages
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The Role of the Reader: Explorations in the Semiotics of Texts

Umberto Eco - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1984 - 273 pages
...foresee a model of the possible reader (hereafter Model Reader) supposedly able to deal interpretatively with the expressions in the same way as the author deals generatively with them. At the minimal level, every type of text explicitly selects a very general model of possible...
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Twentieth-Century Literary Theory: An Introductory Anthology

Vassilis Lambropoulos, David Neal Miller - Literary Criticism - 1987 - 521 pages
...ensemble of codes he relies upon is the same as that shared by his possible reader. The author has thus to foresee a model of the possible reader (hereafter Model Reader) supposedly able to deal interpretatively with the expressions in the same way as the author deals generatively with them. At...
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Film As Ethnography

Peter Ian Crawford, Granada Centre for Visual Anthropology - Performing Arts - 1992 - 322 pages
...the reader is inherent in the text. Eco conceives of the 'model' reader as a 'textual strategy', one 'supposedly able to deal interpretively with the expressions...the same way as the author deals generatively with them' (1979, p. 7).4 Whether directly or indirectly addressed in the text, the reader is positioned...
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The Computer as Medium

Peter Bxgh Andersen, Berit Holmqvist, Jens F. Jensen - Psychology - 1993 - 495 pages
...foresee a model of the possible reader (here after Model Reader) supposedly able to deal interpretatively with the expressions in the same way as the author deals generatively with them. The main point for Eco is to emphasise that a text presupposes its own reader as an inevitable...
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Hearing the New Testament: Strategies for Interpretation

Joel B. Green - Religion - 1995 - 444 pages
...Explorations in the Semiotics of Texts, AS (Bloomington: Indiana University, 1979), and refers to the reader "supposedly able to deal interpretively with...the same way as the author deals generatively with them" (7). Compare the notion of "implied reader" in ch. 12 below. 5. One might prefer to say "text"...
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Post-Theory: Reconstructing Film Studies

David Bordwell, Noel Carroll - Performing Arts - 1996 - 564 pages
...destined to follow the road taken by Umberto Eco, who proposes that the author foresees a Model Reader, able to "deal interpretively with the expressions...the same way as the author deals generatively with them." This reader's competence is responsive: imaginatively active, perhaps, but not proactive; it...
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The Sociology of Mathematics Education: Mathematical Myths, Pedagogic Texts

Paul Dowling - Education - 1998 - 335 pages
...ensemble of codes he relies upon is the same as that shared by his possible reader. The author has thus to foresee a model of the possible reader (hereafter Model Reader) supposedly able to deal interpretatively with the expressions in the same way as the author deals generatively with them. (Eco,...
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Reading Eco: An Anthology

ROCCO CAPOZZI - Literary Criticism - 1997 - 512 pages
...model reader and the "infinite conjectures" which can be made about his text: The author has thus to foresee a model of the possible reader (hereafter Model Reader) supposedly able to deal interpretatively with the expressions in the same way as the author deals generatively with them (Role...
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Speaking of Jesus: Essays on Biblical Language, Gospel Narrative, and the ...

Willem S. Vorster, J. Eugene Botha - Religion - 1999 - 521 pages
...reader in the text, which he calls the 'model reader.' He maintains (1979:7) that: The author has ... to foresee a model of the possible reader (hereafter Model Reader) supposedly able to deal interpretatively with the expressions in the same way as the author deals generatively with them. He...
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From World to World: An Armamentarium for the Study of Poetic Discourse in ...

Cees Koster - Literary Criticism - 2000 - 261 pages
...this point, foresees a possible reader, the model reader, supposedly able to deal interpretatively with the expressions in the same way as the author deals generatively with them, that is, by assigning 'given contents' to the expressions used on the grounds of a certain 'ensemble...
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