Sunday, October 10, 2004


Jacques Derrida deconstructed at 74

Jacques Derrida, whose critical method known as deconstruction has kept many an English major out of the soup lines, died this week. His intellectual wind never caught in my sails, but it did in David Ehrenstein's, who deconstructs Jonathan Kandell's obituary of Derrida in the NY Times with gusto.

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