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While furthering your knowledge, try to answer these questions: How might we redefine reading to further push the relationship between creator and creation? Is there a possibility of developing a theory that does not have downfalls? What is the next step in literary theory?
For additional information on New Criticism, explore the writings of Allan Tate, Robert Penn Warren, John Crowe Ransom, Cleanth Brooks, William Empson, and F.R. Leavis. William K. Wimsatt and Monroe Beardsley.
For additional information on Reader Response, explore the writings of Stanley Fish, David Bleich, and Wolfgang Iser.
For additional information on Cognitive Poetics, explore the writings of Reuven Tsur, Ronald Langacker, Mark Turner and Peter Stockwell.