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Writer Writing : Philosophic Acts in Literature by
Francis-Noel Thomas, Wayne C. Booth.
In an age of
authorless, contextless, deconstructed texts, Francis-Nol Thomas
argues that it is time to re-examine a fundamental but neglected
concept of literature: writing is an action whose agent is an
individual. Addressing both general readers and scholars, Thomas
offers two cases, Bernard Shaw's Saint Joan and Marcel Proust's A
la recherche du temps perdu, read against the background of
the authors' large, eccentric, and surprisingly similar claims
about their texts as acts. He examines what happens when we take
these claims seriously enough to find out why the authors made
them in the first place and what bearing they have on the texts
themselves. In an age of authorless, contextless, deconstructed
texts, Francis-Nol Thomas argues that it is time to re-examine a
fundamental but neglected concept of literature: writing is an
action whose agent is an individual....
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Site maintained by David Kahane,
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