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A Lover's Discourse: Fragments

@inproceedings{Barthes1977ALD,
  title={A Lover's Discourse: Fragments},
  author={Roland Barthes},
  year={1977}
}
An insight into the discourse a lover addresses to himself and to the imagined figure of his beloved. The text is structured as a dictionary and written in a series of aphorisms. Barthes is also the author of "On Racine", "Writing Degree Zero" and "Mythologies". 
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