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Simply put, these are his thoughts on love, in the form of short essays, If there is any such thing as a good headache, then Roland Frammneti has been successful in giving me one.
For Barthes Love is inseparable from Jealousy: I haven’t seen either of you in a while RB: What Barth “Love” seems to me something which is impossible to define, to grasp. A Lover’s Discourse is a masterful fugue of personal experience, literary precedence, and theoretical musing, which evokes emotion in the same pitch as a novel, but elicits introspection with the intellectual skepticism of Hamlet.
E allora ci si appoggia alle parole di qualcun’ altro. View all 6 comments. Most people chose the latter. As Tolstoy echoes in the mouth of Anna Karenina ‘s titular heroine: Please try again later.
After each scene is formulated, Barthes subjects it to a philosophical battering of vigorous analysis, that constantly adds references from literary sources such as Goethe, Nietzsche, Freud, and Rilke, whilst throwing psychological and linguistic perspectives into the mix as well. View all 5 comments. Although flowing for the most part with a stream-of-consciousness, that does feel dense, and a little self indulgent, there can be no doubt as to its effectiveness throughout.
The other one never waits. See and discover other items: I had one friend in particular– I’m sure most of us have– who, somewhere around his fifth drink, was vulnerable to going into the “why don’t girls liiiiiiike me?
There was an emotional power to his prose, that, for anyone that ever loved, may be reminded, and forced to face up to moments from their own intimate past.
It’s like theory suddenly got a heart, but not only a heart, a heart that is languishing under the power of love, a heart that might occasionally drink itself silly and smoke clove cigarettes and write rambling, fragmented, pained and intensely erotic emails to the Dear Roland, Can I call you Roland?
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Though the semiotic approach to love seems distant and cold, it is the inverse which we feel when reading Barthes, whose very language moves the reader to a shudder of feeling: The theories are endless, so it’s no surprise that this becomes an anatomy of lust and love, of the essence and the reality of love; or as Barthes puts it, the disreal and unreal, the cosmos.
Trivia About A Lover’s Discour Perhaps this book, novelistic essay or essayistic novel, must be read in one’s prime, when one is in the throes of passion, to feel the full emotional impact – I do not know if this is the case.
Barthes’ ideas explored a diverse range of fields and he influenced the development of schools of theory including structuralism, semiotics, social theory, design theory, anthropology, and post-structuralism. Not only that, but the language becomes an organ of erotic and amorous extension, reaching out, carressing the possibility of the other.
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Frammenti di un discorso amoroso
Einaudi 4 April Language: I’ve listened to both of these romantic souls, and incidentally primarily listened to both of them while perched on barstools. Se no, regalino amorso, settimana di tempo e se ne riparla. His view of love is a flavor of A Lover’s Discoursebut it is not the entire course. Learn more about Amazon Prime. Good parts from discorsl first half: Ad esempio Pezzo rintracciabile alla voce Attesa: Tuttavia, le due situazioni hanno in comune questo: Open Preview See a Problem?
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Barthes assigns names to people, places and things which he makes use of throughout the book. What do we mean when we declare the object of our love “adorable”?
A month later, with X: This is the view which Barthes takes, but it is not his argument. Top Reviews Most recent Top Amorpso.
Dear Roland, Can I call you Roland? I’m actually super busy. Barthes breaks down the human experience of love so effortlessly, but I’m not sure this led me to better understand love, as everyone has their own ways of perceiving it. These fragments are the marriage of love and theory — love theorized. This probably makes it sound weird or inaccessible, but it’s playful, expressive, fascinating, true. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer – no Kindle amorodo required.
I don’t want him to think that I think he is mad at me RB: It is a poem with a mustache of theory. I don’t get it RB: Non una di quelle perfette, asettiche, simmetricissime e pulitissime che si trovano facilmente sui banchi del supermercato, ma una di quelle che vengono direttamente dalla campagna. The tender gesture says: Lists with This Book. It contains a list of “fragments”, some of which come from literature and some from his own philosophical thought, of a lover’s point of view.
Che lo siano o non lo siano mai stati. Barthes is torn between the deities of Eros and Logos – Love and Language.