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Radway emphasizes the idea of a happy, satisfying ending as well as the struggle of the heroine, who often, if not always, lives in a state of weakness in a patriarchal society. Language and Narrative Discourse[ edit ] Radway also analyzes the romance genre, yet instead of listing her own preferences or specific works, she examines the genre by examining the language of the romance novel and how that language affects the readers.
The style, Radway points out, is relatively simplistic. The successful, fulfilling romance novel exists when the author herself has provided meaning for her story through the words she has written.
Radway explains this further with this excerpt: Reading is not a self-conscious, productive process in which they collaborate with the author, but an act of discovery during which they glean from her information about people, places, and events not themselves in the book.
The women assume that the information about these events was placed in the book by the author when she selected certain words in favor of others.
They link signifiers with signifieds not by historical significance and that specific word choice, but to meanings that resonate personally with them. It has simply never occurred to them that those codes might be historically or culturally relative.
Yet while there seems to be a lack of quality, this structure is not comprised due to laziness.
The romance genre is precisely that:Reading the Romance is a book by Janice Radway that analyzes the Romance novel genre using reader-response criticism, first published in and reprinted in The edition of the book is composed of an introduction, six chapters, and a conclusion, structured partly around Radway’s investigation of romance readers in Smithton (a.
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