The role of the reader : explorations in the semiotics of texts

Umberto Eco

In this collection of nine essays, Umberto Eco sets forth a dialectic between 'open' and 'closed' texts, between a work of art that actively involves the 'addressee' in its production and one that holds the 'addressee' at bay and seeks to evoke a limited and predetermined response. He investigates the contributions of contemporary semantics to the study of narrative, and connects the modalities of textual interpretation with the problem of possible worlds.

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  • Preface Introduction: The Role of the Reader I. Open 1. The Poetics of the Open Work 2. The Semantics of Metaphor 3. On the Possibility of Generating Aesthetic Messages in an Edenic Language II. Closed 4. The Myth of Superman 5. Rhetoric and Ideology in SueOs Les Mysteres de Paris 6. Narrative Structures in Fleming III. Open/Closed 7. Peirce and the Semiotic Foundations of Openness: Signs as Texts and Texts as Signs 8. Lector in Fabula: Pragmatic Strategy in a Metanarrative Text Appendix 1 Appendix 2 Bibliography

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書名 The role of the reader : explorations in the semiotics of texts
著作者等 Eco, Umberto
シリーズ名 Advances in semiotics
出版元 Indiana University Press
刊行年月 c1979
版表示 Midland Book ed
ページ数 viii, 273 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 025320318X
NCID BA03517957
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言語 英語
原文言語 イタリア語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国