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A Barthes Reader

Author : Roland Barthes
ISBN : 9780099224914
Genre : Arts
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A selection of works by the French intellectual Roland Barthes, including seminal essays, such as 'Introduction to the Structural Analysis of Narratives' as well as his more unusual works, such as 'The World of Wrestling'. 'Susan Sontag makes a convincing argument for Barthes the Great Writer. . . What is new about Barthes' posthumous reputation is the view of him as a writer whose books of criticism and personal musing must be admired as serious and beautiful works of the imagination' New York Times Book Review 'At last, with A Barthes Reader, we have a sort of Michelin guide to one of the most beguiling minds of our era. Smartly introduced by Susan Sontag, the Reader samples Barthes' achievement over three decades' Newsweek
Category: Arts

The Eiffel Tower And Other Mythologies

Author : Roland Barthes
ISBN : 0520209826
Genre : Literary Collections
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In this appealing and luminous collection of essays, Roland Barthes examines the mundane and exposes hidden texts, causing the reader to look afresh at the famous landmark and symbol of Paris, and also at the Tour de France, the visit to Paris of Billy Graham, the flooding of the Seine - and other shared events and aspects of everyday experience.
Category: Literary Collections

On Racine

Author : Roland Barthes
ISBN : UOM:39015011335653
Genre : Fiction
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Category: Fiction

Roland Barthes S The Death Of The Author

Author : Laura Seymour
ISBN : 9780429818868
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Roland Barthes’s 1967 essay, "The Death of the Author," argues against the traditional practice of incorporating the intentions and biographical context of an author into textual interpretation because of the resultant limitations imposed on a text. Hailing "the birth of the reader," Barthes posits a new abstract notion of the reader as the conceptual space containing all the text’s possible meanings. The essay has become one of the most cited works in literary criticism and is a key text for any reader approaching reader response theory.
Category: Literary Criticism

Roland Barthes

Author : Roland Barthes
ISBN : 0374521549
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Acclaimed as France's most important writer-intellectual since Sartre, Barthes offers glimpses of his personal life, identity, and philosophy
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Michelet

Author : Jules Michelet
ISBN : 0520078268
Genre : History
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"For students interested in historiography, Michelet is one of the earliest truly successful literary readings of an historical text. . . . For all of us who are interested in this field it is a classic."--Lionel Gossman, author of Between History and Literature
Category: History

Food And Culture

Author : Carole Counihan
ISBN : 0415917107
Genre : Social Science
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This reader reveals how food habits and beliefs both present a microcosm of any culture and contribute to our understanding of human behaviour. Particular attention is given to how men and women define themselves differently through food choices.
Category: Social Science

Literary Theory And Criticism

Author : Patricia Waugh
ISBN : 0199291330
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Edited by Patricia Waugh, this comprehensive guide to literary theory and criticism includes 39 specially commissioned chapters by an outstanding international team of academics. The volume is divided into four parts. Part One covers the key philosophical and aesthetic origins of literary theory, Part Two looks at the foundational movements and thinkers in the first half of the twentieth century, Part Three offers introductory overviews of the most importantmovements and thinkers in modern literary theory and Part Four looks at emergent trends and future directions.
Category: Literary Criticism

Deliberations The Journals Of Roland Barthes

Author : Neil Badmington
ISBN : 9781351805551
Genre : Literary Criticism
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‘I’ve never kept a journal’, Roland Barthes declared in 1979, ‘ – or, rather, I’ve never known if I should keep one’. The form itself, he continued, was inferior and ‘unnecessary’, a ‘minor mania of writing’. Barthes died months making this statement, and the years since then have revealed that he had actually been concealing a fondness for diary-writing. The publication in 1985 of Incidents brought to light an intimate journal entitled ‘Soirées de Paris’, while 2009 saw the appearance of two much longer diaries kept by Barthes following the death of his mother in 1977 and during a trip to China in 1974, respectively. Further journals lie in the archive, unpublished and largely unseen; it is not clear if these will ever enter the public domain. This collection, which brings together some of the most prominent scholars in the field, considers the present implications of Roland Barthes’ journals. How do these diaries invite us to reconsider aspects of Barthes’ work which have become familiar through his reception as one of the twentieth century’s most influential literary and cultural critics? What do they allow us to see for the first time? What is their relation to the works whose appearance Barthes authorised during his lifetime? Where and how do they fit in his oeuvre? How do they relate to each other across moment and mood? Why might they call for deliberations? This book was originally published as a special issue of Textual Practice.
Category: Literary Criticism