“What is an author’s intention for how a piece is read, or experienced? What is a reader’s?” 

A visit to the Laboratory of Literary Architecture, where writing students, quite literally, create architectural models of literary texts.

Pictured: George Saunders’s “The Falls” and J. M. Coetzee’s Disgrace

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