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What is an Author?
by Michel Foucault
March 12, 2017 - March 12, 2017

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originally delivered as a lecture in 1969, two years after the first English publication of Barthes’ famous essay "Death of the Author, 1967"; though he never explicitly mentions it, he is criticising Barthes' position here.

he also talks about what it means to be an author like Freud or Marx, i.e., someone who has not just authored specific works but also whole schools of thought


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p.222
polysemous »
when a word or phrase has multiple meanings (fr...
p.220
architectonic »
relating to architecture or architects
p.220
typology »
a classification according to general type, esp...
p.218
fixism »
the non-scientific theory that the species aliv...
p.218
expiate »
atone for (guilt or sin)
p.221
the author does not precede the works
Second, there are reasons dealing with the "ide...
p.214
the author in modern literary criticism
Modern literary criticism, even when—as is now ...
p.209
the space left empty by the author's disappearance
It is not enough, however, to repeat the empty ...
p.207
simply rolls of paper
The first is the idea of the work [_oeuvre_]. I...
p.206
its own unfolded exteriority
First of all, we can say that today's writing h...