Bringing Out Roland Barthes
by D.A. Miller (Goodreads Author)
In this essay, D. A. Miller offers an album of moments in an imaginary �homosexual encounter” between himself and Roland Barthes. Miller responds to various names, phrases, images, and themes in Barthes’s work that provide him occasions for assessing, across differences of nation and generation, some characteristic strains of modern gay experience.
Paperback, 60 pages
Published September 4th 1992 by University of California Press
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Not sure I totally got this but felt good to get through all 50-ish pages even if it took 5 days. Took me back to the days that I wanted to study rhetoric and I'm glad I went in a different direction. Interesting read. I think I came to it by Leo Bersani when I had more of a critical edge.