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Jean-Jacques Lecercle (Paris Nanterre University), "Interpellation and Counter-Interpellation in the Novel"

The paper starts with three incipits (two famous ones, the third not so). First, it attempts to revive the old metaphor of the text as a journey along a path, and then proceeds to analyse them in terms of the dialectics of interpellation and counter-interpellation. The aim is to provide a criterion to contrast literature proper and para-literature.  
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Roger Sell (Åbo Akademi University, Turku Finland), "You, Me, and Dickens, Plus Lots of Others: The Communication Intransitivity of Novels"

In my view literary activity is one form of communication among others. In this paper, I shall be discussing the extent to which communication in general, but more especially literary communication, and above all communication by way of novels, leaves human beings free and independent. We might perhaps wish that, in any kind of communication, addressers would fully respect the human autonomy of addressees, be they hearers or readers. As it happens, however, there is communication and communication. Sometimes the addresser-addressee relationship as textually modelled puts real hearers or readers under considerable ...
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