GNOSEOLOGICAL ASPECT OF THE “AUTHOR” – “CHARACTER” – “READER” CATEGORIES INTERACTION AS A PROBLEM OF INTERPRETATION OF A FICTIONAL TEXT
Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia, St.Petersburg
The article dwells on three conceptual categories of the fictional text: the author – the “subject” of aesthetic cognition and speech, the reader – the other subject of real literary communication and the character – the object of the both communicators, actualized in the text as a relatively independent “subject” of cognition and speech act. Gnoseological nature of the categories under study and various forms of their actualization in the textual structure are accentuated. The article discloses the language synergetic potential, providing many-sided sense and pragmatic interaction of the three mentioned conceptual categories.
literary text, fictional world, subject of cognition, object of cognition, subject of speech, the author’s worldview, meta-image of the author, language actualization, synergism