For Foucault, as for Roland Barthes (), the notion of the author must come into question. Although Foucault was not a literary theorist.
Foucault starts off this essay, "What is an Author?," by discussing criticisms of a previous book, The Order of Things In this book Foucault had started an.
In this essay, Foucault distinguishes between authors and the actual individuals who write. He begins by addressing criticisms of his previous.
If nothing else, its implicit critique of Barthes' "Death of the Author" leads recalling James's words, on whom nothing is lost) to Foucault's "What Is an Author?.
Selected Essays and Interviews Michel Foucault Donald F. Bouchard To this day, the "author" remains an open question both with respect to its general.
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