Primary reading

  • Austen, Jane. Northanger Abbey. Eds. Barbara M. Benedict and Deirdre Le Faye. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013. Paperback.

Secondary readings

  • Arnold, Mathew. "The Study of Poetry." Arnold, Mathew. Essays in Criticism: Second Series. London: Macmillan and Co. , 1888. 1-56. 
  • Barthes, Roland. "The Death of the Author." Barthes, Roland. Image, Music, Text. Ed. Stephen Heath. Trans. Stephen Heath. New York: Hill and Wang, (1968) 1977. 142-148. 
  • Brooks, Cleanth. "The New Criticism." The Sewanee Review 87.4 (1979): 592-607. 
  • de Beaugrande, Robert. "Poetry and the Ordinary Reader: A Study in Literary Response ." Empirical Studies in the Arts 3 (1985): 1-21. 
  • Derrida, Jacques. "Structure, Sign and Play in the Discourse of the Human Sciences." Derrida, Jacques. Writing and Difference. Trans. Alan Bass. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, [1966] 1978. 278-93. 
  • Dixon, P. and M. Bortolussi. " The Scientific Study of Literature: What can, has, and should be done." SSOL (2011): 59-71. 
  • Eagleton, T. "Introduction: What is Literature?" Eagleton, T. Literary Theory: An Introduction. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1983. 1-16. 
  • Eco, Umberto. The Role of the Reader: Explorations in the Semiotics of Texts. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1979, 10 pages. 
  • Fialho, Olivia. "What is Literature For? The Role of Transformative Reading." Cogent Arts and Humanities (forthcoming). 30 pages. 
  • Fialho, Olivia, Sonia Zyngier and David Miall. "Interpretation and Experience: Two Pedagogical Interventions Observed." English in Education 45.3 (2011): 236-53. 
  • Fish, Stanley Eugene. "Literature in the Reader: Affective Stylistics." New Literary History 2.1 (1970): 123-62. 
  • Green, Melanie C. "Transportation Into Narrative Worlds: The Role of Prior Knowledge and Perceived Realism." Discourse Processes 38.2 (2004): 247-266. 
  • Iser, Wolfgang. The Act of Reading: A Theory of Aesthetic Response. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1978. PP. 27-38 
  • Jakobson, Roman. "Closing Statement: Linguistics and Poetics." Jakobson, Roman. Style in Language. Ed. Ed. Thomas A. Sebeok. Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press, 1960. 350-377. 
  • Kidd, David Comer and Emanuele Castano. "Reading Literary Fiction Improves Theory of Mind." Science 342.6156 (2013): 377-380. 
  • Koopman, E. M. "Effects of “literariness” on emotions and on empathy and reflection after reading." Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts 10.1 (2016): 82-98. 
  • Mar, R., et al. "Bookworms versus Nerds: The Social Abilities of Fiction and Non-Fiction Readers." Journal of Research in Personality 40 (2006): 694–712. 
  • Miall, D.S. "Science in the perspective of literariness." SSOL 1.1 (2011): 7-14. 
  • Miall, David S. "An Evolutionary Framework for Literary Theory." Miall, David S. Literary Reading: Empirical and Theoretical Studies. New York: Peter Lang, n.d. 189-202. 
  • Miall, David S. and Don Kuiken. "A Feeling for Fiction: Becoming what we Behold." Poetics 30.4 (2002): 221-241. 
  • —. "Foregrounding: Defamiliarization, and Affect: Response to Literary Stories." Poetics 22 (1994): 389-407. 
  • Mukařovský, Jan. "Standard Language and Poetic Language." Garvin, Paul L. (ed.). The Prague School Reader on Esthetics, Literary Structure, and Style. Washington: Georgetown UP, 1964. 17-30. 
  • Oatley, Keith. "Why Fiction may be Twice as True as Fact: Fiction as Cognitive and Emotional Simulation." Review of General Psychology 3.2 (1999): 101-17. 
  • Pater, Walter. "Conclusion." Pater, Walter and Matthew Beaumont. Studies in the History of the Renaissance. Oxford: Oxford UP, (1873) 2010. 118-121. 
  • Poe, Edgar Allan. "The Poetic Principle." Poe, Edgar Allan. Sartain's Union Magazine of Literature and the Arts, Volume VII. Philadelphia: John Sartain and Co., 1850. 231-239. 
  • Rabinowitz, Peter J. “Who is Reading.” Rabinowitz, Peter J. Before Reading: Narrative Conventions and the Politics Of Interpretation. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1987. 20-29 
  • Riffaterre, Michael. "Criteria for Style Analysis ." Word 15 (1959): 154-74. 
  • Rosenblatt, Louise. “The Poem as Event.” Rosenblatt, Louise. The Reader, the Text, the Poem: The Transactional Theory of The Literary Work. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 1978. 6-21. 
  • Schmidt, S. "Empirical Study of Literature: Why and Why not? ." de Zepetnek, Tötösy and Irene Sywenky. The Systemic and Empirical Approach to Literature and Culture as Theory and Application. 1997. 137-153. 
  • Sikora, Shelley, Don Kuiken and David S. Miall. "Expressive Reading: A Phenomenological Study of Readers' Experience of Coleridge's the Rime of the Ancient Mariner." Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts 5.3 (2011): 258-68. 
  • Šklovskij, Viktor. "Art as Technique." Ed. Trans. L. T. Lemon, and M.J. Reis. Russian Formalist Criticism: Four Essays. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, [1917] 1965. 3-24. 
  • van Peer, Willie. Stylistics and Psychology: Investigations of Foregrounding. London, Sydney, Wolfeboro: Croom Helm, 1986. 175-188. 
  • Van Peer, Willie, Frank Hakemulder and Sonia Zyngier. "Lines on Feeling: Foregrounding, Aesthetics and Meaning." Language and Literature (2007): 197-213. 
  • Wimsatt, William K. J. and Monroe C. Beardsley. "The Affective Fallacy ." The Sewanee Review 57.1 (1949): 31-55. 









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