The Derrida Reader: Writing Performances by Jacques Derrida
The Derrida Reader draws together a number of Derrida’s most interesting and idiosyncratic essays that treat literary language, the idea of the literary, and questions of poetics and poetry. The essays discuss single tropes or concepts, a figure such as metaphor, the ideas of titles and signatures, proper names, and Derrida’s thinking on such subjects as undecidability or aporia.
University of Nebraska Press, 1998.
ISBN: 9780803298071. 312 pp.
Edited by Julian Wolfreys.
Softcover. Near fine.