Mark Tansey Famous works. The pleasure of the text corresponds to the readerly text, which does not challenge the reader's position as a subject. In Ascott's artwork, the pleating tansey pleasure of the text the text resulted from a process that the artist calls "distributed authorship," which expands Barthes' concept of the "readerly text. The distinction corresponds to a further distinction Barthes makes between texte lisible and texte scriptibletranslated respectively as "readerly" and "writerly" texts a more literal translation would be "readable" and "writable". Few writers in cultural studies and the social sciences have used and developed the distinctions that Barthes makes.
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Richard Miller's English translation of the text bears some scrutiny, as there are several instances where the translation almost subverts the meaning of the text as it reads in French. The Pleasure of the Text Cover of the first edition. As a consequence, although one may experience pleasure in the readerly text, it is when one sees the text from the writerly point of view that the experience is blissful. Ascott's work thus unravels the distinction between tansey pleasure of the text and writers, demonstrating a much greater degree of permeability than Barthes' distinction tansey pleasure of the text and beyond Barthes' theory of the death of the author. Library of Babylon
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