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By beginning to writethe author steps in the realm of language and after that the text is not his but is of language’s. In retrospect any number of authors have realized they’re geniuses, and have the interviews, articles, and memoirs to prove it. That which the author claims to have produced is nothing but joining of dots in the field of language.

Because lets be honest no one ever cared about the reader before, it was all about the author and not the lenguajs 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.

The text is a tissue of quotations drawn from the innumerable centres of culture Translation: With the beginnings of Burke, to the progression in Philosophy of inaesthetics, and their abandonment of universal ideals, replacing it with the idea that a persons’ experience of it [a piece of art] decides what an art piece is. 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.

Authors making self-serving statements? This is quite provocative; I have contradictory thoughts about this essay.

To understand how language furnishes the death of the author. I don’t subscribe to author worship. No eBook available Amazon. Sure, what the author says lenguajee his work is not definitive and often may be misleading. The author, he asserts, has no power over the text beyond that. No trivia or quizzes yet. But that is somewhat the point. So no, I don’t take an author’s statements at face value, and authors are often the worst person to explain their work.


In this instance Barthes writes an essay which deliberately hones in on analysis to evidence his suppositions rather than evidence for his analysis.

The Death of the Author

I’m not sure if I really agree that you can’t know an author’s intentions either, at least in all cases. Jun 02, Michael A. The essay has not only overthrown the hegemony of the institution of the author but has for me given a new birth to the very paradigm of reading and interpreting.

May 22, Terry rated it liked it. In this approach the reader p The current academic trend in literary criticism these days is a theory spun in an essay by Roland Barthes why are all the clever theoreticians French, when the French seem best at pastry, cheese, and wine?

El Susurro del Lenguaje

Nov 01, Ali Nili rated it it was amazing. Read as research for my Language-Writing-Reading essay. The text ceases to be a problem; that is, a thing to decipher. Roland Barthesa French critic and intellectual, was a susufro figure in late twentieth-century literary criticism. Whilst reading, I did think about how the ideas presented are a continuation of previous thoughts.

A scholar’s job is to determine what biographical or historical information, if any, we’re going to include. Even a child knows that he is free to make whatever he wants of the book he read. To learn that wading through surfaces is really more fulfilling than penetrating hard enough to read a safe and stable meaning.

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. Barthes constructs an electric fence to analysis the same way Wittgenstein did to philosophy and Nietzsche did to religion; God is dead was impressive to consider on face value initially, but face value repeated within each domain is hardly worth celebration.

Now, let’s solve the murder. Dec 25, Marcus rated it it was amazing. Return to Book Page. I try to interpret my literary theory readings with an eye for understanding the meaning and ideas presented honestly, without injecting my personal assumptions in that “reading”, though I try not to remove my worldview completely from testing that perspective.


The Death of the Author by Roland Barthes.

This is not a review, but rather an attempt to paraphrase Barthes in my own term. Because Lacan believed that unconscious is also a system and is not chaotic, and it worKs directly with the means of language, so when the author writes something and translates his thoughts into written text, tha language itself reveals enough and more than enough so there will be no need to include immeasurable data about authors history and etc.

It is because of this that it becomes such a talking point in contrast to something such a The Prince which establishes a well thought out and conclusive point with interpretation to be left to the critics.

El Susurro del Lenguaje : Professor Roland Barthes :

Also the concept of the professionalised “Author” has carried maybe too much strength with critics long ago, so that the ideas of the readers, the reception has been dismissed.

They became eternal in the sense that they transcended into the symbols, which itself is eternally written in the here elnguaje the now. By considering language as a system as Saussare sees it and by looking at Lacan’s idea of the unconscious we see that we can find the links. The Barthes Readeredited by Susan Sontag, contains a wide selection of the critic’s work in English translation. If you’re into stuff like this, you can read the full review.