Reading: Notes

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Notes

Authors:

John M. Krafft ,

Khachig Tölölyan,

Bernard Duyfhuizen

Abstract

Reader: Essays in Reader-Oriented Theory, Criticism, and Pedagogy is a semiannual publication addressing reading, readers, and reader-oriented approaches to texts including literature, visual images, and student writing. Recent titles include the following: "Women Reading/Reading Women," and "Reading the Image." Future essays will address such topics as reading early nineteenth-century American fiction; theories, stories, and conversations of literature; defining the profession by our practice of response; and reading Durer's Melencolia I. Reader is published in the fall and spring at yearly subscription rates of $8.00 for individuals ($10.00 outside the U.S.) and $10.00 for institutions ($12.00 outside the U.S.). Address inquiries to Elizabeth A. Flynn, Editor, Department of Humanities, Michigan Technological University, Houghton, MI 49931.
How to Cite: Krafft, J.M., Tölölyan, K. & Duyfhuizen, B., (1989). Notes. Pynchon Notes. (24-25), pp.157–158. DOI: http://doi.org/10.16995/pn.308
Published on 22 Sep 1989.
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