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Revolution in poetic language

  title={Revolution in poetic language},
  author={Julia Kristeva and Margaret A. Waller and Leon Samuel Roudiez},
Translator's PrefaceIntroduction, by Leon S. RoudiezProlegomenonPart 1. The Semiotic and the symbolic1. The Phenomenological Subject of Enunciation2. The Semiotic Chora Ordering the Drives3. Husserl's Hyletic Meaning: A Natural Thesis4. Hjelmslev's Presupposed Meaning5. The Thetic: Rupture and/or Boundary6. The Mirror and Castration Positing the Subject as Absent from the Signifier7. Frege's Notion of Signification: Enunciation and Denotation8. Breaching the Thetic: Mimesis9. The Unstable… 
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