implied reader

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implied reader

n (Liter) → fiktiver Leser (als Bestandteil der literarischen Fiktion)
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Because RRGs showcase explicit attention to a text's relationship with its implied reader, RRGs can strengthen the writing center as a site for fostering rhetorically aware readerly practices that promote dexterous genre-, discipline- and audience-aware tutoring and writing.
This raises the question: Who is the implied reader of this narrative?
Northanger Abbey is a "love-note addressed to Fanny" (102) that figures Austen's niece as its implied reader and aligns her with the "ideal heroine whom it declines to take as its protagonist," while exploring further the newfound relation between "seductive author and impressionable reader" (102).
Peggy Whalen-Levitt once described the notion of an implied reader as a way of thinking about "what a given text calls upon a reader to know and to do: to know, in terms of experience of both life and literature; to do, in terms of producing a meaning for this particular text, in time, from start to finish" (159).
The implied reader differs from the actual reader in the sense that he is unique for the text at hand.
narrador y autor si coincidimos" [16]), and then claims authority over the text as both the real and implied reader.
Its relationship to a "public sphere" might be extrapolated from the assumptions it makes about (or asks of) the implied reader.
Sometimes there is a tension between these stances in terms of the implied reader.
Consequently, the implied reader as a concept has his roots firmly planted in the structure of the text; he is a construct and in no way to be identified with any real reader.
However, Glendinning's implied reader is perhaps not the philosophical novice, rather the curious student or scholar made wary by Derrida's reputation and the hostility of the tradition.
Trousdale here reaffirms her focus on fictional framing strategies, showcasing the primacy of an implied reader in transnational outsideness in which an "outsider .
The implied reader would recognize the Addams cartoon and the map of Toad's wild ride, might look up the headline at the library, should have a box full of similar family photographs.