An Analysis of Michel Foucault's What is an Author? -

An Analysis of Michel Foucault's What is an Author?

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Michel Foucault's 1969 essay "What is an Author?" sidesteps the stormy arguments surrounding "intentional fallacy" and the "death of the author," offering an entirely different way of looking at texts. Foucault points out that all texts are written but not all are discussed as having "authors". So what is special about "authored" texts? And what makes an "author" different to other kinds of text-producers? From its deceptively simple titular question, Foucault's essay offers a complex argument for viewing authors and their texts as objects. A challenging, thought-provoking piece, it is one of the most influential literary essays of the twentieth century.

Product code: 9781912453085

ISBN 9781912453085
Series The Macat Library
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H198xW129
No. Of Pages 112
Publisher Macat International Limited