New Directions and Perspectives: A Brief Sample of Cognitive Studies Applied to Literature

The Work of Fiction, by Alan Richardson and Ellen Spolsky

Aspects of Cognitive Poetics, by Reuven Tsur

The Literary Mind, by  Mark Turner

Toward a Neural Historicism, by Alan Richardson

Shakespeare's Brain: Embodying the Author Function, by Mary Crane

The Time of Unrememberable Being: Wordsworth's Autobiography of the Imagination, by Francis Steen

Literary Universals and Lexical Processes in Poetic Imagery, by Patrick Colm Hogan

Reductionism Redivivus? Bionarratological Simplicity in Puccini's Madama Butterfly by Brett Cooke


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