1. Forms of Self-Implication in Literary Reading
  2. Don Kuiken, David S. Miall, Shelley Sikora
  3. pp. 171-203
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  1. The Interface between Fiction and Life: Patterns of Identification in Reading Autobiographies
  2. Els Andringa
  3. pp. 205-240
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  1. Reading Strategies in Everyday Life: Different Ways of Reading a Novel Which Make a Distinction
  2. Michael Charlton, Corinna Pette, Christina Burbaum
  3. pp. 241-263
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  1. Psychological Processes Underlying Literary Impact
  2. Richard J. Gerrig, David N. Rapp
  3. pp. 265-281
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  1. "I'll Never Have a Clown in My House"--Why Movie Horror Lives On
  2. Joanne Cantor
  3. pp. 283-304
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  1. "Please Help Me; All I Want to Know Is: Is It Real or Not?": How Recipients View the Reality Status of The Blair Witch Project
  2. Margrit Schreier
  3. pp. 305-334
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  1. Literature as a Spur to Collective Action: The Diverse Perspectives of Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Reading Groups
  2. Elizabeth Long
  3. pp. 335-359
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  1. Portable Monuments: Literature, Cultural Memory, and the Case of Jeanie Deans
  2. Ann Rigney
  3. pp. 361-396
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  1. How Literature Enters Life: An Introduction
  2. Els Andringa, Margrit Schreier
  3. pp. 161-169
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  1. Notes on Contributors
  2. pp. 397-398
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