1996'3, p.43
Granik G. G. , Kontsevaya L. A.
Schoolchild's comprehension of fiction

The study presents a part of broader program of Reader's bringing up. The reading of fiction is considered to be a dialogue of the reader and the text. To make that possible the reader must be able to distinguish text's "sygnals" and to react to them. Presented methods shows the mechanism of such a dialogue in accomplished reader. It is compared to its analogue in a schoolchild. The results of comparison underline the necessity of special reader's bringing up. The method for that is offered.