8 - Name:JakeZipperstein

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Name: Jake Zipperstein Instructions : Answer each of the following questions in brief paragraphs of 5-7 sentences.  Please recall that a  sentence can be as short as a word and as long as page (or beyond that—depending, of course, on your dexterity  with punctuation and the rigor of your reasoning).  Please note that you’re answering these questions  with respect to  the assigned reading,  not in terms of your own theory of reading—hence, “according to Barthes,” even though  (ironically enough) it’ll be Barthes  according to you !   This is your opportunity to “interlocute” with Barthes, as  well as to demonstrate to us your abilities to make choices and to convey those choices in elegant, rigorous and  efficacious ways.         1. What  is reading, according to Barthes? When it comes to reading, the text will never provide significance to the matter at
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This note was uploaded on 09/04/2010 for the course CHEM 10966 taught by Professor Vollhardt during the Spring '10 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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