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It evades all our attempts at structuring meaning. To this, I agree to an extent. The more i understood the essay, the more i gained respect for it. That’s part of the work, lenguaaje just throwing up our hands.

Nov 01, Ali Nili rated it it was amazing. The name of the field is language. Perhaps here he would have wished for a death of the reviewer. Graveyards, anthologies, and ivory tower classes are full of them. Hope you enjoyed my rant, all meant in good fun, from someone who enjoys reading using all my senses, all my faculties, all the tools available.

Feb 12, Niloufar Rahmanian rated it it was amazing. Oct 08, Praiz Sophyronja rated it it was amazing Shelves: Then the eo go off to write earth-shattering biographies full of new revelations that shed halogen-bright insights into the long-dead author’s work. Perhaps we see how we share our individual identity with humanity.

It’s an academic’s responsibility to determine how much weight to give an author’s stated intentions. If we do this and just rely on reader interpretation and perception, which varies and is purely subjective, inhabiting that empty space left by the death of the author, we risk destroying the very essence of storytelling itself and of course meaning.

I am happily convinced that to understand life is to understand language. Wasting their time, apparently. Quotes from The Rustle of Lan Books by Roland Barthes. I shan’t pretend I don’t get what Barthes was trying to say but it created something that I do not take kindly to in literature. In many ways the author carries within him or herself a weight of responsibility to that work which he is responsible for–his idea and labour of work, both in the conception of the work, the production of it, and the afterlife of his work I use the word “works” knowing full well Barthes rejects this concept preferring the term texts.


May 22, Terry rated it liked it. Whilst reading, I did think about how the ideas presented are a continuation of previous thoughts. All in all, well worth the read. Power resides in the hand of the reader.

It has been the same inside of him susugro it was outside. This is a great essay! Barthes’s first books, Writing Degree Zeroand Mythologiesintroduced his ideas to a European audience.

Barthes on the other hand was one that did not expand my view of literature or “liberate” me as he argues his idea about “death of the author” would; it instead frustrated me and angered me that the concept of author should be so destabilised, made meaningless and rejected.

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I could not help to think of Wittgenstein. How the author, if seen as an undeniable source of meaning is harmful to our thinking process. The author merely scribes what is to be written. Yet where Barthes is idealistic, the future of his subject is not. Once studying theory and characters heavily influenced by theory, consequently paralyzed by analysis, i thought why is it so hard for theory to be put into practice?

The ideas of the death of the author and birth of the reader have since been adopted, accepted and then perverted beyond all recognition, leaving the essay behind as a memorial to more idealist times and philosophies.


This is what happens in the Text: Meaning can be salvaged if we interpret the narrator as Barthes briefly alludes to however his conclusions appear spurious and he falls to the feet of innovation with a thud and in doing so loses the opportunity to truly expand upon his ideas well enough. The same goes with saying that the author has no part so just analyse the story, sure you can appreciate the story just as much but you are robbed from exploring the minds outside of the world you’re immersed in.

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Because lets be honest no one ever cared about the reader before, it was all about the author and not the representation of him in the text only, his past, his thoughts that arent even in the text, his language, but Barthes suggests that we have had enough of it. My pain, my suffering, my joys and ecstasy. And where is Jacques Derrida when you really need him?

If he is god then the critic is the priest who claims privileged access to a secret meaning. We have a novel, where and when did it come from, why is it in German, is the author female or male?

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For him, the author is the one who re-combines pre-existing things he was previously aware of from different cultures and did not come up with some thing new. Revelation of language as a field, a space of innumerable dimensions.

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