In my opinion, many perspectives of the study of the interaction between the reader and the text can be taken into account in the analysis of the didactic approach of the literary text. The empirical approach on literary reception promoted by researchers from Canada and the previous theoretical directions of reader-response criticism (Stanley Fish, Norman Holland, David Bleich) and those of the aesthetics of reception (Hans Robert Jauss, Wolfgang Iser) can be useful tools in new developments in the didactics of teaching literature.
In this paper I intend to discuss the interrelationship between the reader and the literary text, referring to the way in which the students’ and the pupils’ visions on the same literary text interact. The students who prepare their activity of teaching approach the literary text by a double perspective, combining theoretical and historical aspects with their subjective vision. I shall analyse the way in which the student’s perception of the literary text is influenced by his experience of teaching the literary work to a class of pupils.
|Keywords:||Teaching, Reader-response Criticism, Empirical Research, Didactics, Literature|
Senior Lecturer, Teacher Training Department, West University of Timişoara, Timisoara, Timis, Romania
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