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The text is a tissue of quotations drawn from the innumerable centres of culture Translation: Still, I enjoyed it. Goddamn I’m fucking tired. It’s an academic’s responsibility to determine how much weight to give an author’s stated intentions.

El Susurro del Lenguaje

Why intentionally handicap ourselves and put on blinders? Sep 26, Lindu Pindu rated it it was amazing Shelves: In this approach the reader professor, student, critic ignores intent, the author’s statements and the author herself when evaluating the work apparently mandatorily known as “the text”. Only various surfaces to be traversed.

Sure, what the author says about his work is not definitive and often may be misleading. In a movie or novel or real life i love it when one is confronted with meaninglessness. I know that in my own way of reading, I’ve grown to REALLY dig into an authors life wikipedia, brief articles, etc as I read, since I think it helps me get where they’re coming from. If, after reading a poem about a sculpture, we later learn the name of the specific work, are we not to look at a photo of that sculpture?


The Death of the Author

This is a great essay! There will always be context in the origin of a piece of art that lends to the understanding of the art.

To ask other readers questions about The Death of the Authorplease sign up. The Barthes Readeredited by Susan Sontag, contains a susuro selection of the critic’s work in English translation.

Jun 15, tortoise dreams rated it liked it. Anyway, I think Barthes claim in this piece is actually really interesting and I want to frame it around a video game I actually once played called “The Beginner’s Guid Gearing up for grad school stuff, I’ve decided to really dive into looking at some literary theory.

To put it entirely down into freewriting feels like an attempt of creating a deus ex machina to all detective novels in writing the detective to be psychic for e, sake of telling the story better; it’s easy to see how this is immediately flawed. I think he’s right if you are working just within the text, but if you go outside it you could find it there is nothing outside the text, hardy har Seriously, it’ll run on most computers and is well worth it as a companion piece to this.

Mar rolsnd, Eya rated it really liked it. If this theory had any logical leeway, why does shit like Plagiarism exist?!

Whilst reading, I did think about how the ideas presented are a continuation of previous thoughts. Return to Book Page. Let’s put them into words! Rkland 11, Ferial Hameurlaine rated it it was amazing Shelves: Mar 27, Chef Marketis rated it it was ok. The reader is now a person without a past, psychology and bias.


El Susurro del Lenguaje : Professor Roland Barthes :

Fake it till you make it. How the author, if seen as an undeniable source of meaning is harmful to our thinking process.

It is in fact language which owns man. Writing is the simplest anti-theological activity.

The Death of the Author by Roland Barthes

Then the academics go off to write earth-shattering biographies full of new revelations that shed halogen-bright insights into the long-dead author’s work. Barthes’s primary theory is that language is not simply words, bzrthes a series of indicators of a given society’s assumptions.

And where is Jacques Derrida when you really need him? Granted, there are rlland degrees to the importance of context per art form, depending on where and when it came from, but the author will always be important. It shows how the literary criticism has changed and what we, today, take for granted is actually a new notion.

Want to Read saving…. It’s been really invigorating. In retrospect any number of authors have realized they’re geniuses, and have the interviews, articles, and memoirs to prove it. If not to express ourselves?!