Abstract

Abstract:

In her response to the essays, Monika Fludernik concentrates on tackling two major points of critique: the question of the natural and the term experientiality. She also engages with Shen Dan's complex remarks about narrativity and its relationship to experientiality and with Maria Mäkelä's remarks on diachrony in the context of models of reader response. As for experientiality, she welcomes both Jonas Grethlein's and Marco Caracciolo's extensions of the term, though signaling some caution about a conflation of experience and experientiality.

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Additional Information

ISSN
1936-9247
Print ISSN
1565-3668
Pages
pp. 329-347
Launched on MUSE
2018-06-02
Open Access
No
Archive Status
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