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Barthes Reader

Barthes Reader - 82 edition

Barthes Reader - 82 edition

ISBN13: 9780374521448

ISBN10: 0374521441

Barthes Reader by Roland Barthes and Susan  Ed. Sontag - ISBN 9780374521448
Edition: 82
Copyright: 1982
Publisher: Noonday
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International: No
Barthes Reader by Roland Barthes and Susan  Ed. Sontag - ISBN 9780374521448

ISBN13: 9780374521448

ISBN10: 0374521441

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Summary

A Barthes Readergives one the image of Barthes as one of the great public teachers of our time, someone who thought out, argued for, and made available several steps in a penetrating reflection on language sign systems, texts- and what they have to tell us about the concept of being human. Susan Sontag's prefatory essay is one of her finest acts of criticism, informed by intellectual sympathy and a sure sense of the contours of the mind she is describing.

Author Bio

Roland Barthes was born in 1915 and studied French literature and classics at the University of Paris. After teaching French at universities in Romania and Egypt, he joined the Centre National de Recherche Scientifique, where he devoted himself to research in sociology and lexicology. He was a professor at the College de France until his death in 1980