What distinctions does Foucault make between a person and an author? What are some of the compelling ideas, and what makes them speak to you?

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4.4 Reader Response for “What is an Author” by Foucault

There’s a lot going on in this essay. Look at the Attached document, and use it to address the following questions:

  • What distinctions does Foucault make between a person and an author?
  • What are some of the compelling ideas, and what makes them speak to you?

When answering these, think about using full paragraphs, and quoting passages from the argument that comes to mind that help support your explanations.

The Reader Response will be graded by a simple rubric you can see here, and must be done by the time we review the piece in class. Consider how you might use the Reader Responses to advance your work on the papers we’re working on.

This is in a Discussion forum, and other can respond to what you write, but having the exchange of ideas in here is not required.

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