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s e l e c t e d w o r k s i n e n g l i s h b y s a m u e l w e b e r ‘‘The Madrepore.’’ MLN 87 (1972): 915–61. ‘‘The Sideshow, Or: Remarks on a Canny Moment.’’ MLN 88 (1973): 1102–33. ‘‘The Responsibility of the Critic: A Response.’’ MLN 91 (1976): 814–16. ‘‘Saussure and the Apparition of Language: The Critical Perspective.’’ MLN 91 (1976): 913–38. ‘‘The Divaricator: Remarks on Freud’s Witz.’’ Glyph 1 (1977): 1–27. ‘‘It.’’ Glyph 4 (1978): 1–31. Unwrapping Balzac. A Reading of La Peau de Chagrin. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1979. ‘‘Closure and Exclusion.’’ Diacritics 10.2 (1980): 35–46. ‘‘Translating the Untranslatable.’’ Introduction to Theodor Adorno, Prisms, translated by Samuel M. Weber and Shierry Weber. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1981. The Legend of Freud. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1982. ‘‘The Limits of Professionalism.’’ Oxford Literary Review. 5.1–2 (1982): 59–74. ‘‘A Stroke of Luck.’’ Enclitic 6.2 (1982): 29–31. ‘‘The Critics’ Choice.’’ In Reading, Writing, Revolution, edited by Francis Barker et al., 147–58. Colchester: University of Essex, 1982. ‘‘Capitalising History: The Political Unconscious.’’ Diacritics 13.2 (1983): 14–28. ‘‘Reading and Writing—chez Derrida.’’ Tijdschrift Voor Filosofie 45.1 (1983): 41–62. ‘‘The Debts of Deconstruction and Other, Related Assumptions.’’ In Taking Chances: Derrida, Psychoanalysis, and Literature, edited by Joseph H. Smith and William Kerrigan, 33–65. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1984. ‘‘Taking Place: Toward a Theater of Dislocation.’’ Enclitic 8.1–2 (1984): 124– 43. Republished in Opera Through Other Eyes, edited by David J. Levin, 107–46. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 1993. ‘‘How Not to Stop Worrying.’’ Critical Exchange 15 (1984): 17–25. PAGE 263 263 ................. 16645$ BIBL 10-10-07 15:00:41 PS 264 Selected Works in English by Samuel Weber ‘‘The Debt of Criticism: Notes on Stanley Fish’s Is There a Text in This Class?’’ Critical Exchange 15 (1984): 17–26. ‘‘The Intersection: Marxism and the Philosophy of Language.’’ Diacritics 15.4 (1985): 94–110. ‘‘Literature—Just Making It.’’ Afterword to Jean–Francois Lyotard and Jean– Loup Thebaud, Just Gaming, translated by Wlad Godzich, 101–20. Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, 1985. ‘‘Ambivalence: The Humanities and the Study of Literature.’’ Diacritics 15.2 (1985): 11–25. ‘‘Introduction.’’ Glyph 1 (New Series) (1986): ix–xii. ‘‘Caught in the Act of Reading.’’ Glyph 1 (New Series) (1986): 181–214. ‘‘Laughing in the Meanwhile.’’ MLN 102 (1987): 691–706. Institution and Interpretation. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1987. ‘‘The Foundering of Comparative Literature.’’ In Aspects of Comparative Literature , edited by Clayton Koelb and Susan Noakes, 57–72. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1998. ‘‘Introduction.’’ In D. P. Schreber, Memoirs of My Nervous Illness, vii–liv. Cambridge , Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1988. ‘‘The Monument Disfigured.’’ In Responses: Paul de Man’s Wartime Journalism, edited by Werner Hamacher et al., 404–25. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1989. ‘‘Theater, Technics, Writing.’’ 1–800 (Fall 1989): 15–19. ‘‘Upsetting the Setup: Remarks on Heidegger’s Questing After Technics.’’ MLN 104 (1989): 976–91. ‘‘The Vaulted Eye: Remarks on Knowledge and Professionalism.’’ Yale French Studies 77 (1990): 44–60. ‘‘On the Balcony: The Theater of Technics.’’ In Bild–Sprache: Texte zwischen Dichten und Denken, edited by L. Lambrechts and J. Nowe, 283–97. Louvain , Belgium: Louvain University Press, 1990. ‘‘Criticism Underway: Walter Benjamin’s Romantic Concept of Criticism.’’ In Romantic Revolutions: Criticism and Theory, edited by Kenneth R. Johnston et al., 302–19. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1990. ‘‘Genealogy of Modernity: History, Myth, and Allegory in Benjamin’s Origin of the German Mourning Play.’’ MLN 106 (1991): 465–500. ‘‘Deconstruction Before the Name.’’ Cardozo Law Review 13.4 (1991): 1181–90. ‘‘The Media and the War.’’ Alphabet City (Summer 1991): 22–26. Republished in Emergences 3–4 (1992): 16–26. Return to Freud: Jacques Lacan’s Dislocation of Psychoanalysis, revised and expanded edition of the German original, translated by Michael Levine. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991. PAGE 264 ................. 16645$ BIBL 10-10-07 15:00:41 PS 265 Selected Works in English by Samuel Weber ‘‘In the Name of the Law.’’ In Deconstruction and the Possibility of Justice, edited by Drucilla Cornell et al., 232–57. New York: Routledge, 1992. ‘‘Taking Exception to Decision: Walter Benjamin and Carl Schmitt.’’ Diacritics 22.3–4 (1992): 5–18. Republished in Enlightenments: Encounters between Critical Theory and Contemporary French Thought, edited...


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  • Weber, Samuel, 1940- -- Criticism and interpretation.
  • Deconstruction.
  • Psychoanalysis and literature.
  • Criticism -- History -- 20th century.
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