Criticism and Truth

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Criticism and Truth
AuthorRoland Barthes
Original titleCritique et verité
TranslatorKatrine Pilcher Keuneman
CountryFrance
LanguageFrench
PublisherThe Athlone Press
Publication date
1966
Published in English
1987
Media typePrint (Softcover)

Criticism and Truth (French: Critique et vérité) is a 1966 work by Roland Barthes, first translated into English in 1987.[1]

The book is a response to Raymond Picard's criticism of Barthes' earlier 1963 work, Sur Racine. The feud between Barthes and Picard is credited with spreading Barthes' name outside France.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Raser, Timothy (1 September 1988). "Review". South Atlantic Review. 53 (3): 91–92.
  2. ^ Allen, Graham (20 September 2002). "Roland Barthes: Critique et verité [Criticism and Truth]". The Literary Encyclopedia. Retrieved 30 December 2015.