Yes - how? That's the question I always bear in mind when reading his posts in these forums. To me, there is always this first barrier of reading which represents a challenge that makes RCD's posts such gems of mystified beauties to be appreciated.
Maybe we'll all have to pretend ourselves to be literary critics here.
Shall we start this discussion by exploring the concept of "intertextuality" as Julia Kristeva puts it, and, the way in which Roland Barthes understood it?
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