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The rustle of language

  title={The rustle of language},
  author={Roland Barthes},
The Rustle of Language is a collection of forty-five essays, written between 1967 and 1980, on language, literature, and teaching--the pleasure of the text--in an authoritative translation by Richard Howard. 
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