Scholarly writing and how to get it done. / And a workshop for my own ideas, scholarly and poetic
I am posting this as a benchmark, not because I think I'm playing very well yet. The idea would be post a video every month for a ye...
T.S. Eliot prefigures Barthes's death of the author in "The Three Voices of Poetry," in 1953. He says the author needs to 'rest in peace" once the text is in the reader's hand.
How are he, and the new criticism, and Barthes different on this, do you think?
[I remember thinking Barthes' idea was old hat and surmising there MUST be more to it if people were so excited.]
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