Roland Barthes’s ‘Mythologies’: A 60th Anniversary Invitation

Roland Barthes’s ‘Mythologies’: A 60th Anniversary Invitation

In 1957, the French literary theorist Roland Barthes (1915-1980) published Mythologies (Seuil, 1957), his most influential book, and perhaps one of the best-known books written by a 20th century French thinker. The book was a collection of fifty-three individual essays and a lengthy afterword that was meant to elucidate the theoretical vision that had informed the foregoing texts. The…

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