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Acknowledgements, Introduction, Chronological history of Tel Quel, 1. Science, Tel Quel, 'Division of the Assembly', J. Kristeva, 'Towards a Semiology of Paragrams', J-J. Goux, 'Marx and the Inscription of Work', J-L. Baudry, 'Freud and "Literary Creation"', 2. Literature, Michel Foucault, 'Distance, Aspect, Origin', M. Pleynet, 'The Readability of Sade', P. Sollers, 'The Bataille Act', J. Kristeva, 'The Subject in Process', 3. M. Devade, 'Chromatic Painting', M. Pleynet, 'Heavenly Glory'/'Thetic "Madness"', G. Scarpetta, 'The American Body', P. Sollers, 'Paradis' (excerpt), Dissemination, Roland Barthes, 'Responses', Bibliography, Index.
..."stimulating and enjoyable collection." -"Philosophy in Review/Comptes Rendus Philosophiques ""The Tel Quel Reader provides an accurate representaion of poststructural theory and its earnes and passionate commitment to the fields of science, art and yes literature.." -"David Clippinger "This reader will prove extremely valuable to structuralist and post-structuralist literature scholars...." -"Library Journal "This collection includes the most important essays and gives an excellent picture of "Tel Quel's work and evolution over time." -Fredric Jameson, Duke University ""The Tel Quel Reader provides a crucial historical link until now unavailable to English readers." -Kelly Oliver, University of Texas at Austin