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Papers by Warning: Missing argument 6 for pubblicazione::filtra(), called in /web/htdocs/ on line 42 and defined in /web/htdocs/ on line 166 David S. Miall, Anticipation and Feeling in Literary Response: A Neuropsychological Perspective 1995.

David S. Miall, Beyond Text Theory: Understanding Literary Response 1994.

David S. Miall, Empowering the reader: Literary response and classroom learning 1996.

David S. Miall, Literary Discourse 2002.

David S. Miall, Episode structures in literary narratives 2004.

David S. Miall, On the necessity of empirical studies of literary reading 2000.

David S. Miall, Shifting Perspectives: Readers' Feelings and Literary Response 2000.

David S. Miall, Enactment versus Interpretation: A Phenomenological Analysis .

David S. Miall, The Body in Literature: Mark Johnson, Metaphor, and Feeling 1997.

David S. Miall, What is literariness? Three components of literary reading 1999.

David S. Miall, Enacting the Other: Towards an Aesthetics of Feeling in Literary Reading 2011.

David S. Miall, Emotions and the Structuring of Narrative Responses 2011.

David S. Miall, Neuroaesthetics of Literary Reading 2009.

David S. Miall, Feeling from the Perspective of the Empirical Study of Literature 2008.

David S. Miall, Empirical Approaches to Studying Literary Readers 2006.

David S. Miall, “Too soon transplanted” - Coleridge and the forms of dislocation 2008.

David S. Miall, Foregrounding and feeling in response to narrative 2008.

David S. Miall, A feeling for fiction: becoming what we behold 2002.

David S. Miall, The form of reading: empirical studies of literariness 1998.


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