Definition of Barthes, Roland in English:

Barthes, Roland

Syllabification: Barthes, Roland
Pronunciation: /bärt
 
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( 1915–80), French writer and critic. He was a leading exponent of structuralism and semiology in literary criticism. Notable works: On Racine (1963), Mythologies (1957), and Elements of Semiology (1964).

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Pronunciation: ˌɪntəˈniːsʌɪn
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