Empatía y lectura literaria

el caso del monólogo interior en Fräulein Else

Palabras clave Empatía, Literatura, Lectura, Personajes de ficción, Monólogo interior

Resumen

El objetivo de esta contribución es analizar cómo la empatía se instancializa cuando leemos obras de ficción y estudiar qué elementos pueden mejorar la consonancia de los personajes con los lectores. Partiendo de un breve resumen sobre la empatía con respecto a los textos literarios, el trabajo examina la cuestión de la recepción humana de los personajes ficticios para investigar cómo nos identificamos con ellos a través de la descripción de algunos elementos que fomentan la empatía: la focalización interna, el monólogo interior y la descripción del movimiento. Fräulein Else de Arthur Schnitzler servirá como caso de estudio de la lectura empática.

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Publicado
2019-12-02
Cómo citar
Vinci, Elisabetha. 2019. Empatía Y Lectura Literaria. Humanidades: Revista De La Universidad De Montevideo, n.º 6 (diciembre), 133-51. https://doi.org/10.25185/6.5.
Palabras clave: Empatía, Literatura, Lectura, Personajes de ficción, Monólogo interior