Consideraciones del lector implícito en haruki murakami y mario bellatin

Consideraciones del lector implícito en haruki murakami y mario bellatin

Author: 
Gloria Vergara and Hansol Cho
Abstract: 

In this article, we approach the concept ofimplied reader by Wolfgang Iser to converse with Kafka on the Shore by the Japanese writer Haruki Murakami and Lessons for a Dead Hareby the Peruvian-Mexican writer Mario Bellatin. We are interested in reflecting about the mechanisms that the empirical reader performs as soon as the roles of the implied reader are assumed in these indeterminate works, provoking multiple empty spaces.

Paper No: 
1478