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For those reading who are in college: It’s simple and straightforward yet brilliant in it’s explanation, or apology – if one will, of modernist and a chunk of postmodernist ideals. Jun 26, Lenguajje Hollander rated it really liked it. We have a novel, where and when did it come from, why is it in German, is the author female or male? But that is somewhat the point. Mar 12, Joy C. Goddamn I’m fucking tired.

The sea of symbols contained within the text is to be inscribed upon the space that is the reader. No auteur theory here. The author has nothing original to say.

The Death of the Author

And if I want to be really philosophical, I can go on to say that the text itself does too. They became eternal in the sense that they transcended into the symbols, which itself is eternally written in the here and the now. The approach is also called “The Death of the Author,” because now the author is no longer important, only the reader’s analysis has validity: Scholars spend a great deal of time excavating legnuaje detritus of dead authors, searching old attics, old trunks, old relatives, perusing letters, diaries, marginalia.


Dec 25, Marcus rated it it was amazing.

All in all, well worth the read. Barthes believed that such techniques permit the reader to participate in the work of art lenguajr study, rather than merely react to it. Perhaps we see how we share our individual identity with humanity. I have thought for a little bit there is ultimate meaning to a text but a multiplicity, as Barthes asserts: Graveyards, anthologies, and ivory tower classes are full of them.

Jul 22, Rich rated it did not like it. Seriously, I’m going back and rebuying a ton of books I ditched after I graduated. There’s also pieces of my review in Image Music Text. The reader is now the focus of flourish of new meanings.

El Susurro del Lenguaje : Professor Roland Barthes :

Our virgin impressions of language are invalid they say. The author, he asserts, has no power over the text beyond that. The birth of the reader must be ransomed by the death of the Author”.


We should be side by side in this proverbial coffin with ‘The Author’. Dec 06, Anne Oftedahl rated it liked it Shelves: If not to express ourselves?!

Sep 26, Lindu Pindu rated it it was amazing Shelves: Oct 11, Tasniem Sami rated it it was amazing. With the death of author he says comes the birth of the reader Only the reader’s interpretation matters ignore the of-our-time narcissism. Anyway, I think Barthes claim in this piece is actually really interesting and I want to frame it around a abrthes 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.

This is lejguaje great essay!