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La Septième fonction du langage From The Prizewinning Author Of HHhH, The Most Insolent Novel Of The Year L Express Paris, 1980 The Literary Critic Roland Barthes Dies Struck By A Laundry Van After Lunch With The Presidential Candidate Fran Ois Mitterand The World Of Letters Mourns A Tragic Accident But What If It Wasn T An Accident At All What If Barthes Was Murdered In The Seventh Function Of Language, Laurent Binet Spins A Madcap Secret History Of The French Intelligentsia, Starring Such Luminaries As Jacques Derrida, Umberto Eco, Gilles Deleuze, Michel Foucault, Judith Butler, And Julia Kristeva As Well As The Hapless Police Detective Jacques Bayard, Whose New Case Will Plunge Him Into The Depths Of Literary Theory Starting With The French Version Of Roland Barthes For Dummies Soon Bayard Finds Himself In Search Of A Lost Manuscript By The Linguist Roman Jakobson On The Mysterious Seventh Function Of Language A Brilliantly Erudite Comedy That Recalls Flaubert S Parrot And The Name Of The Rose With Than A Dash Of The Da Vinci Code The Seventh Function Of Language Takes Us From The Caf S Of Saint Germain To The Corridors Of Cornell University, And Into The Duels And Orgies Of The Logos Club, A Secret Philosophical Society That Dates To The Roman Empire Binet Has Written Both A Send Up And A Wildly Exuberant Celebration Of The French Intellectual Tradition.

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  1. says:

    French intelligentsia hate this book It is a good sign Roland Barthes is dead Murder Perhaps Who killed barthes who had discovered the 7th language function, able to give the power It is an improbable thriller, Tintin at the structuralists We meet Foucault in the gay backrooms, Sollers, Kristeva Chomsky, Searle, Eco, Jacobsonfrom Bologna to Cornell But especially, it is...


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    What would you do if you ruled the world The gigolo replied that he would abolish all laws Barthes said Even grammar This is a League of Extraordinary Gentleman for the French Theory set Each page tumbles with allusions and citations, a whodunit which explores the esoteric and the political I was smitten from the opening page and matters progressed from there Despite some meta crabwalking I was fervently on board, routinely laughing and marveling, enjoying the goat rodeo of the mind, my What would you do if you ruled the world The gigolo replied that he would abolish all laws Barthes said Even grammar This is a League of Ext...


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    In Bologna, he had sex with Bianca in a seventeenth century amphitheatre and narrowly escaped death in the bombed train station Here, he has almost been stabbed in a library at night by a linguistics philosopher and has witnesses a decidedly mythological doggy style sex scene on a photocopier He met Giscard in the Elysee palace, bumped into Foucault in a gay sauna, took part in a car chase which ended with an attempt on his life, saw a man kill another man with a poisonous umbrella, discovered In Bologna, he had sex with Bianca in a seventeenth century amphitheatre and narrowly escaped death in the bombed train station Here, he has almost been stabbed in a library at night by a linguistics philosopher and has witnesses a decidedly mythological doggy style sex scene on a photocopier He met Giscard in the Elysee palace, bumped into Foucault in a gay sauna, took part in a car chase which ended with an attempt on his life, saw a man k...


  4. says:

    Well, that was an unexpected delight I can t say I would ever have chosen to read this book, had it not been longlisted for the Man Booker International Prize and been the only book from the said longlist stocked by my local bookshop From the blurb I had imagined it would be rather pretentious and self congratulatory and whilst, there was occasionally an element of the latter, overall I found it jolly good fun I loved the evolving relationship between Bayard and his sidekick Simon ...


  5. says:

    The book was 2018 MBI longlisted, and I read it with ManBookering group.To me it was a slightly better than average detective thriller filled with sometimes excessive academic minutia.Paris police chief Bayard and young professor Simon Herzog teamed up to investigate the seemingly accidental death of renowned literary critic Roland Barthes Kind of a Sherlock Holmes tale infused with both intellectual academic and erotic stimulations.Real historical events, like French election and Bologna mas The book was 2018 MBI longlisted, and I read it with ManBookering group.To me it was a slightly better than average detective thriller filled with sometimes excessive academic minutia.Paris police chief Bayard and young professor Simon Herzog teamed up to...


  6. says:

    Que adjetivo poder amos adotar para qualificar uma alma que, explorando assuntos e temas t o herm ticos para a nossa compreens o e que incluem val ncias socioculturais que poder o surgir algo desenquadradas com a nossa atualidade, o nosso quotidiano ou pelo menos de alguns de n s como uma abordagem liter ria ou romanceada semiologia, ao construtivismo ao estruturalismo que enformam algumas produ es filos ficas nas quais se perfilam, sem alguma promiscuidade, as correntes peripat ticas, di Que adjetivo poder amos adotar para qualificar uma alma que, explorando assuntos e temas t o herm ticos para a nossa compreens o e que incluem val ncias socio...


  7. says:

    It is going to be extraordinarily difficult to write much about this book without divulging the plot, and I do want you to read it without any foreknowledge not that such a thing is possible, because context is of course one of the issues here So I will try to put the big spoilers at the end, hidden, and you can decide whether to read the last review paragraphs before or after the book.You know those slot machine windows where there are a dozen lines zigzagging up and down through the simples It is going to be extraordinarily difficult to write much about this book without divulging the plot, and I do want you to read it without any foreknowledge not that such a thing is possible, because context is of course one of the issues here So I will try to put the big spoilers at the end, hidden, and you can decide whether to read the last review paragraphs before or after the book.You know those slot machine windows where there are a dozen lines zigzagging up and down through the simplest game line theyou bet, thelines you can pull in to get winning combinations This book is like one of those machines, with themes zigzagging through all the levels of the action Thepeople and terms you invest in looking up unless you are already an expert in semiotics, linguistics, language philosophy, psychoanalysis, contemporary French history, etc etc...


  8. says:

    Read up to p.168 In complete reviewerly concord with Lee Klein as to the novel s initial momentum and momentous moments the whip smart pr cis of theories from the pastiched theorists, the hilarious send ups of the self regarding demimondes, the clever take on the political lunacies of the period, the sparky self awareness of the narrator, and the frothy fun of the comic dialogue But when the novel moves to Bologna, and the conceit of Barthes s 7th language , i.e a mind control tool for world Read up to p.168 In complete reviewerly concord with Lee Klein as to the novel s initial momentum and momentous moments the whip smart pr cis of th...


  9. says:

    Een heerlijke speeltuinHier zullen ze in elke taalopleiding van smullen Het lijkt wel alsof Laurent Binet een stapel syllabi uit de afdeling taalwetenschap aan zijn schrijftafel heeft samengevoegd met wat hij heeft geleerd in een opleiding verhaal en verteltheorie om zijn nieuwe roman uit te werken De zevende functie van taal fictionaliseert de dood van Roland Barthes en voert de grote Franse denkers van de jaren 80 op als personages in een roman die het midden houdt tussen Milan Kundera en Een heerlijke speeltuinHier zullen ze in elke taalopleiding van smullen Het lijkt wel alsof Laurent Binet een stapel syllabi uit de afdeling taalwetenschap aan zijn schrijftafel heeft samengevoegd met wat hij heeft geleerd in een opleiding verhaal en verteltheorie om zijn nieuwe roman uit te werken De zevende functie van taal fictionaliseert de dood van Roland Barthes en voert de grote Franse denkers van de jaren 80 op als personages in een roman die het midden houdt tussen Milan Kundera en Ian Fleming Maar het leven is geen roman ...


  10. says:

    What an entertaining book Aside the generous liberties taken to story tell with the cavalcade of personalities from that era 1980 s there was a reasonably well explicated laying out of semiotics linguistics historical record of those who developed the fields of study I just finished another book which also Lost in the Cosmos delved into the murky waters of the semiotics relationship to culture history and so this was helpful there s a new hook in my mouth and where this will lead the mag What an entertaining book Aside the generous liberties taken to story tell with the cavalcade of personalities from that era 1980 s there was a reasonably well explicated laying out of semiotics linguistics historical record of those who developed the fields of study I just finished another boo...

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