These two positions often get mixed up as follows: "the model assumes that the flesh-and-blood (or actual) reader seeks to enter the authorial
audience; hence, when I speak of what "we" readers do in response to a narrative text, I am referring to the activities of the authorial
audience" (Phelan 4).
we can profitably approach authorial
commentary as an intratextual
The right conclusion is that the tests have failed to show any difference, and thus, of themselves, give no reason to think that transmission matters for authorial
A preliminary chapter focuses on Fraser's Magazine to establish how early nineteenth-century readers and publishers imagined authors, and how the periodical press built or impeded authorial
And is it still possible for critics to speak of authorial
intention without irony?
In part one of his study, Weir attempts to show how Tolstoy inscribes absence into authorship as a way of controlling his own authorial
image and as a narrative device.
anxiety is also the focus of Greenstadt's reading of The Rape of Lucrece.
In the end, one hopes (but it may take a long time), these cimeli, too, with their potential for providing further authorial
variants, will find their way to a library open to scholars.
The role of the author in the miscellany participated in this problematic, since the authorial
"je" could be given a more or less prominent place in the text: providing, in fact, an especially subjective instance of the particular.
More specifically, I want to distinguish between estranging unreliability, by which I mean unreliable narration that underlines or increases the distance between the narrator and the authorial
audience, and bonding unreliability, by which I mean unreliable narration that reduces the distance between the narrator and the authorial
Where earlier governments had relied on the system of the Stationers' Company Register to provide a basic framework for regulating the book trade, supplemented by prepublication licensing regulations and postpublication prosecution under the laws against sedition, libel, treason, and blasphemy, British governments in the eighteenth century, according to Greene, turned to a new system of control centered on a notion of authorial
ownership of literary property.
The investigators requested an authorial
attribution analysis (i.