[bahrt; French bart]
- Roland,1915–80, French literary critic, philosopher, and semiotician.
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Barthes himself did not live alone—he lived with his mother until the day she died.
Even in this aspect Barthes did not validate the cliché of the solitary writer.
“They had an understanding of each other and the life they wished to lead,” Howard said about Barthes and his mother.
How to Live Together is quite different, composed of notes that Barthes probably never meant to publish.
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Barthes, for his part, stooped and kissed Guillaume on both cheeks.
What therefore could I think of the visit of Barthes and the tender concern he showed for my welfare?The Confessions of J. J. Rousseau, Complete
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Of course, Barthes, but there is no need to go far into that matter; the terms are simple enough.
The jerk had sent the knife through the sack about two inches, and it prodded Barthes in the hand.
Four and seventy years of age as he now was, Barthes had spent nearly half a century in prison.
- Roland . 1915–80, French writer and critic, who applied structuralist theory to literature and popular culture: his books include Mythologies (1957) and Elements of Semiology (1964)
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