THE PERCEPTION OF THE READER AS AN INTEGRAL PART OF THE ART WORLD OF LITERARY WORKS BY HONORE DE BALZAC

  • Larysa Pylypiuk
  • Valentyna Kovalenko
Keywords: artistic text, reader, reader’s perception, author, author’s model, interpretation, understanding, reception

Abstract

The problem of the artistic world in the theory of literature is extremely important and gives a view of the world from the point of view of the reader. The author seeks to attract the attention of the reader, enter it in the artistic text through the perception and attitude of characters, building a picture of the world of the hero and his own. Getting to know the creative process allows the reader to understand the writer’s intention deeper, evaluate its effectiveness and manage its perception, educate their readership culture independently. Increased attention of philologists to the active participation of the reader in the socio-literary movement of the era, to the life of literary works, to the complex issues of the psychology of aesthetic perception opens up new opportunities for analysis of the artistic text. It is necessary to reveal his inner potential of the reader, his hidden possibilities to infl uence the reader appears in the text. The reader seeks to understand the work, the author who created this work, to understand the writer’s intention. The reader is a coauthor of the work, but repeats the process of its creation in the opposite direction: from the text to the intention. The writer forms the peculiarities of the reader’s perception as an integral part of the artistic world of a literary work.

Published
2018-10-24
How to Cite
Pylypiuk, L., & Kovalenko, V. (2018). THE PERCEPTION OF THE READER AS AN INTEGRAL PART OF THE ART WORLD OF LITERARY WORKS BY HONORE DE BALZAC. Scientific Notes of Ostroh Academy National University: Philology Series, 2(69), 92-95. Retrieved from https://journals.oa.edu.ua/Philology/article/view/1660