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The concept of structure

gives us a sober, useful historical treatment of the development of the concept of structure;

In Stein’s linguistic universe, the “self” becomes visible in and through the acts of expressive language, not by way of a “name” parentally or legally assigned to a “body.”

The latter is a noun, a proper noun, and “nouns are not really interesting” ( Notably in Jean-Paul Sartre’s discussion of Richard Wright in “For Whom Does One Write?,” in What Is Literature?, trans. Bernard Frechtman (New York: Harper and Row, 1965), pp. 71–74. The essays collected in What Is Literature? were originally published in Les Temps Modernes and in book form in 1947. “Don’t fool yourselves—it’s all adding up and one of these days we’re going to have to pay the bill for it.”

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