Rhetorical Faith: The Literary Hermeneutics of Stanley Fish
English Literary Studies, University of Victoria, 2000 - Literary Criticism - 159 pages
This book focuses on how Stanley Fish presents am apologia for his theory of reader-response by linking his account of interpretive assumptions with the dynamics of "faith," or religious belief.
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