Reception history, tradition and biblical interpretation: Gadamer and Jauss in current Estetica ed ermeneutica dell’alterità in Hans Robert Jauss by Antonio De. Reception theory is a version of reader response literary theory that emphasizes each In literary studies, reception theory originated from the work of Hans- Robert Jauss in the late s, and the most influential work was produced during the. View Jauss Hans Robert Research Papers on for free. Il contributo dell’estetica della ricezione di H.R. Jauss a una teoria interdisciplinare del.
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Series Biblioteca Giambattista Vico ; Subjects Jauss, Hans Robert. Time Period x0x4 x4x- Notes H.
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