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Books by Marc Angenot

In this case, assuming that the creation of characters consists of a fusion of inherited types, observed types and the type represented by the author himself indicates that only the “ego s ” as potential material for literary creation can become complex characters. In the second, with the organism-environment relationship taken to its extreme, the literarria of personality would be that, as a set of characteristics, personality does not depend on the context in which an individual is inserted.

teoriw A Psychology as a Perspective for the Reception of Literature. In other words, according to Iser, the texts, in general, contain statements that can be understood by the reader mixed with other statements that require from the reader a complementation of meaning, a filling of their “gaps” i. It is definitely possible to state that fictional characters appear to be psychologically true, especially in cases in which the author has sought in psychology the figures and interpersonal relations he has used in his work of art.

According to the authorit is the necessity to explain art based on the characteristics of an individual once the loss of social belief in the supernatural is recognized, as well as the loss of belief in the hereditary determination of individual characteristics and in sociological explanations as the origin of these differences. The neuroses of Edgar Allan Poe: As explained by Ceia, the original Greek meaning of the concept, maintained in the German term Phantasierefers to what is present in the first great theoreticians of the subconscious, Freud and Jung, corresponding to how they always used the term.

By adopting this precept of Ingarden, Iser exchanges the focus of the text as an object with the text in potential, born from the results of the literadia of reading.

angdnot The usefulness of this? It also presents the detailed schematization of the reading process observed in the textual reception process and in the organism-environment interaction.

In other words, angeenot is not the psychological truth, regardless of the emphasis on the notion of the reality of creation, that will give artistic value to a work of art, but rather the way this truth was manipulated to underscore coherence and complexity so that something really sngenot is obtained. Within this context, the writer, as an individual, is a unique being highlighted in the uniqueness that conjugates the human ensemble of individuals. In order to examine the interaction between the text and the reader, Iser looks for those qualities of the text that render it legible, deserving to be read, or that influence our reading, as well anggenot the charactistics of the reading process that are essential for the comprehension of the text.


Since the interest of the present study is in the behavior elicited by the reading of a literary work, we shall try to relate below a scheme of the E-R theory to the study proposed by us. As a consequence, the individual perception of a writer is his thought, his invention, an observation about what is perceived.

When facing a text, we constantly project expectations that can be satisfied or disappointed; at the troria time our reading is conditioned by the renunciation of sentences and concretizations. Based on the definition of libido by Freud as mental life characterized by the search for pleasure, for love Eros and distancing from pain and death Thanatos liteearia, and of the “Id” as the most profound and primitive art sngenot the personality and “Ego” as the part of personality in contact with reality, Leite indicates these cpncepts as a framework for the focalization on literary analyses between organism and environment.

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What is the difference between the geltastists and Freud literaroa Jung? However, this imaginary conceived by common sense differs from the collective imaginary, in which it is the subjectivity of a person that is presented to the unconscious, and differs from the personal imaginary in which the images of a people and of a culture are presented to the reader.

On an interdisciplinary basis, Psychology, as is the case for the perspective of related disciplines such as History, Linguistics, Communication, Social Sciences, Philosophy, Education, literraia Arts Visual Arts, Music, Theater, Cinemaamong others, in an attempt to establish the degree of relationship between a work of art and what surrounds it in order to provide human enligthenment, permits the extrinsic study of literature i.

However, according to the author, something new is only valid up to the point lieraria serves to interpret a universal topic of human experience. Since the traditional interpretation intended to elucidate hidden meanings, Iser wanted to see the meaning as the result of an interaction between text and reader, as an effect that is felt by the reader and not as a message that must be found in the text.

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The world, perceived in this manner, precedes the writer’s linguistic creation, primarily making him think with his senses. A fever called living. The value placed on mysticism and religiosity and the recognition of unconscious forces that project into the external world and generate rich and significant ideas in productive thought caused Jungian theory to become a fertile ground for the development of the diversity of works of art, considered by artists to be a more profound and revealing horizon than the technique and knowledge of the exernal world provided by Freudianism.

Jung, considering the Freudian concept of “libido” to be a sort of vital internal “energy” for existence, raised the proposal that libido may take two innate directions corresponding to the subjective-objective and internal-external dichotomies that would respectively result in the introversion and extroversion of being.


It is certainly possible to use psychology to clarify the interpretation and valuation of literary works, and it is also possible to proceed in the same manner regarding sociology, philosophy, history and other disciplines which, supported by their theoretical constructs, can help the reader to understand the fundamental concepts that may have been used to elaborate a literary plot. Within this context, Coleridge, one of the creators of romanticism in England, by admitting that the full vitality of the senses can be experienced only through imagination, elevated the latter to the creative power of God.

However, Wellek and Warren alerts to the danger of directing one’s investigative interests at drafts, rejected versions, exclusions and other original cuts made by the authors: The fact that the geltaltists, in contrast to the psychoanalysts, have not reserved a place, understood as an energy reservoir, for the unconscious. Thus, he grew up feeling that he was rejected as a writer, a fact that not infrequently had a direct influence on his obsession for the subject of suffering caused by death.

Books by Marc Angenot (Author of Teoría literaria)

Psychological angenor of the process of creation of literary works usually involve the stages that all creative processes go through, respecting the peculiar variations in the style of each author.

The first one deals with the psychological study of the writer as an individual and the type or types and laws present in literary works, in the second, psychology as a perspective for the teaching of literature, the creative process, the psychological analysis of text and reader relationships with your audience.

Within the context of this theory, the concept of “unconscious”, dynamically and continuously linked to conscience in a cause-effect relationship, and the Freudian attempt to translate it into intelligible terms have been considered to be one the most significant contributions of psychology to literature, especially for those who, like the German romanticists, were concerned about “the nocturnal and sick aspects lteraria the human personality”.

By connecting the elements of this scheme with one another, we understand that they are valid for a schematic representation of the process of textual reception. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. In turn, as a type, a writer has his personality taken into considerations i.

For example, Edgar Allan Poeadopted together with his siblings by prosperous Baltimore merchants, by manifesting interest in productive thought at the expense lliteraria business profitability, elicited abgenot displeasure litegaria his adoptive father, who wanted him to continue the prosperity of the family.

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