Routledge, 02.09.2003 - 208 Seiten
There are few figures more important in literary and critical theory than Jacques Derrida. Whether lauded or condemned, his writing has had far-reaching ramifications, and his work on deconstruction cannot be ignored. This volume introduces students of literature and cultural studies to Derrida's enormously influential texts, covering such topics as: deconstruction, text and difference; literature and freedom; law, justice and the 'democracy to come'; drugs, secrets and gifts. Nicholas Royle's unique book, written in an innovative and original style, is an outstanding introduction to the methods and significance of Jacques Derrida.
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1 WHY DERRIDA?
2 KEY IDEAS
3 DECONSTRUCTION THE EARTHQUAKE
4 BE FREE
8 THE MOST INTERESTING THING IN THE WORLD
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