Paul Cornea: From the typology of the text to the types of reader and reading
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DEMENTIEVA, Diana. Paul Cornea: From the typology of the text to the types of reader and reading. In: Multiculturalism through the lenses of literary discourse, 11 septembrie 2019, Tîrgu Mureş. Tîrgu Mureş, România: Alpha Institute for Multicultural Studies, 2019, pp. 576-587. ISBN 978-606-8624-09-9.
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Tîrgu Mureş, Romania, 11 septembrie 2019

Paul Cornea: From the typology of the text to the types of reader and reading


Pag. 576-587

Dementieva Diana
 
State University „Dimitrie Cantemir”
 
 
Disponibil în IBN: 3 noiembrie 2020


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The types and models of reading, but also their explanation cannot be achieved without proceeding to a complete analysis of the itinerary: text - reader - reading. When talking about reading and its varieties, it is undoubtedly necessary to establish the natural relationship between the process interpreted by the reader and the typology in which the text itself fits, because each type of text determines the updating of a certain reading pattern by the real reader (the critic, the expert or the uninitiated reader). In the Romanian scientific context, Paul Cornea dealt with the courts that circumscribe and determine the way of reading: the text, the codes, the reader, the context, but also the reading as process and purpose. In the paper "Introduction to reading theory" (1988), the theoretician starts from the typology and evaluation of the reading object - the text, thus distinguishing three basic types (referential texts, self-referential texts and pseudo / trans-referential texts). Subsequently, the theoretic discourse moves on to analyzing the types of readers, especially the literary competence of the real reader, which explains why each reading is personal and individual. Finally, the characteristics, types and stages of the reading are determined. The theory of reading, which questionings the proper understanding of the text, will always remain in the spotlight of the scientific communities, since literature permanently undermines its convictions and readers influenced by their social and historical context constantly seek answers to new questions, therefore the concept of reading as a process applied is in a continuous crystallization which requires new theoretical implications.

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author, text, reader, reading, literary comunication