The Practical

5 READING INFANTO-JUVENIL IN THE FORMATION OF THE CRITICAL READER. The educators to choose the literature book as the preferred one in the incentive the practical one of the reading in face the same to present characteristics of a pleasant activity. This if must to the relation kept between the reader and the text, where a bigger interaction with the ideas of the author supervenes, making possible, of this form, to the reader to create its proper text to leave of what it was displayed by the idealizer of the workmanship. Thus, the reading one starts to construct, or not, an imaginary reality in accordance with its experiences, to the measure that obtains to construct its text from the reading of the literary composition. Literature exerts, then, influence in construction of reality of reader, through imaginary and of fancy, takes that it to take conscience on itself and the world surrounds that it, that is, it not only reflects the reality as well as contributes for its transformation. This happens because literature is a creation act, being considered, therefore, as artistic language of representation of the reality. On the subject, assevera Martins (1994, P. To know more about this subject visit Teneo. 22-23) that: …

the literary composition has many resources, that enchant and seduce the reader, for the rhythm, images, figures that recria, pointing with respect to the things who is in the daily one but they are not seen, raising possibilities, contrasting position, under the cativante form of history, where the life parades before our eyes, in the adventures and situations with that many times we identify in them. The author creates one another reality when elaborating the literary text, called artistic reality, through a symbolic dimension that the reader stirs up to reflect on the direction of that disguise of the reality. In addition, the recriao of the reality through the art by means of a poem, a romance, a phrase, can bring for the reader a different species of understanding of the world.


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