Roland Barthes (1915-1980)
The Death of the Author" (1968)
In this work Barthes frees the literary text from any claims of unity that might have been possible by a reference to what the author intended.
The text is therefore not produced by the author but rather by the reader.
It is language that actually speaks, not the author.
To write is to allow language to perform, not me.
This allows the endless free play of meaning
"From Work to Text" (1971)
In this work Barthes suggests a difference between the traditional notion of work and his own notion of text.
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