dariel at whidbey.com
Mon Feb 23 10:33:28 EST 2004
Thanks to everyone who responded to my question. Your posts have been very
helpful. By the way, Fish does use the term "split reader" in the edition
I have of _Surprised by Sin_ (1971). Perhaps it is the second editon--I
will have to check the Marc record to be sure:
The long-range result of this technique is the creation
of a 'split reader', one who is continually responding
to two distinct sets of stimuli...
(First chapter, in a section titled "The Good Temptation").
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