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Barthes: A Beginner's Guide

by Mireille Ribiere

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Short guide to understanding Barthes. Introduction frames his thinking in post-war perspective. The following chapters deal with mythologies; semiology; new criticism; structuralism; reader, writer and the text; pleasure, the body and the self; photography and Barthes legacy. ( )
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The purpose of this book is to unravel the various strands of Barthes' thinking, present key concepts in historical context, and identify the areas where his influence is most strongly felt today.

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