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The trans- 39 Ruth Amossy parency insured by an immediately recognized expression refers to reality, or rather to the reader’s conventional idea of the real. Language in the Fantastic [pp.
The relation with the “deja-dit,” the already said, draws both text and reader into a “common place” and rth the worn-out figure to activate various reading operations. When Dumarsais and Fontanier take the criterion of frequency into consideration they do so from a different perspective.
In no way, however, does it make a prior judg- ment of the cliche’s value. We can also see here an ironic treatment of materialistic interpretations. Please contact the publisher regarding any further use of this work.
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The functions of passively registered cliches are, in essence, tied to the phe- nomenon of maximal automatization; those of critically perceived cliches are based on the fact that clichss are quotations. Such readings, of course, are possible; they take place- and they have their place.
Are we to assume that every deciphering obediently traces the route a specific strategy dictates? It shapes attitudes and sets operations in motion: This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Similarly, to consider Flaubert’s cliche only for its value as a quo- tation and role in establishing verisimilitude would be to estereotipox the novel under a fixed world view.
To this end, the 36 Cliche in the Reading Process discursive element must be perceived to refer directly to “reality,” that is to the conventional idea that the reader has of what is real cf. Scenes de la vie privee, Scenes de la vie de Province, Ed. As we have seen, the reader is not only referred back to an “as they say”; he is asked first to confirm it by letting himself be seduced, then to reflect, to reexamine it, put it in perspective, and denounce it.
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By becoming as automatic as c,iches which is a sign of its loss of valueit calls for two reversible and complementary types of deciphering. This is coupled with the “effet de reel” or realistic effect, produced by the mimetic cliche, since the descrip- tion seems to be quoting the “housewives of Yonville.
They can nonetheless make for count- less blind spots in the course of the cursory kind of reading that we all engage in from time to time. In other words, when integrated in an overall program determining its impact, the cliche in no way halts the play of interpretations.
III The “reading program” that selects and organizes the cliche’s functions can be defined on two complementary levels: Preview — Estereotipos y Cliches by Ruth Amossy. Guido marked it as to-read Aug 18, The preceding passages were taken from: Helps Construct a Representational Illusion Reading constructs the fictional text as a representation Todorov, and produces the illusion of a fictional world existing outside of the text.
On the one hand, there is passive absorption and immediate appropriation, and on the other, critical awareness or evaluation. Esteban Evadne rated it really liked it Jan 15, JSTOR’s Terms and Esterwotipos of Use provides, in part, that unlessyou have obtained prior permission, you may not download an entire issue of a journal or multiple copies of articles, and youmay use content in the JSTOR archive only for your personal, non-commercial use.
This trou- bling plurality of ideological functions is confirmed by factual reality: Publisher contact information may be obtained athttp: A Theory of Aesthetic Response. Claude Duchet’s definitions from the per- spective of esteteotiposand that relation mediates both text production and deciphering.
The reader is then invited to follow the transformations undergone by the fixed element ‘jaune amossy un coing” in the new context. Michel Charles, Rhetorique de la lecture Paris: Aius marked it as to-read Oct 20, Cliches such as “brave as a lion,” “gentle as a lamb,” and “white as snow” were considered canonical examples of tropes.
Facilitates and Speeds Reading A set, worn-out figure is promptly assimilated: Moreover, this repetition must be perceived as something purely mechanical, as parroting.
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Functions of the critically perceived cliche 1. As the sign of widely shared, anonymous speech, it indicates, in the text, either an earlier literary discourse or a gen- eralized social discourse cf.
In the interests of brevity, the dem- onstration will be conducted on isolated quotations considered to be represen- tative of the overall system.
Similarly, any reading model that activates various functions of a cliche by combining them in an even slightly complex set can inevitably be reduced to just one of its aspects. No doubt “milk-white skin,” “heart of gold,” “angelic disposi- tion,” and “dark conspiracy” can immediately be spotted by futh reader if he pays even the slightest attention to them.
Provokes Criticism When stressed, a cliche estfreotipos public opinion – every one’s, the Other’s- as trivial and trite, a deceptive conventionality. Here we approach the aesthetics of reception auss, and sociological analysis Leenhardt,which study the readings of a text and the conditions of its readability. Gallimard, La Pleiade,p. Clichez domain is, however, rich in internal differences, for it en- compasses E.
Melody added it Jan 07, It does not, however, indicate its product or offer an interpretation.