Acknowledgements Introduction: Deleuze, Beckett, Meme Combat The Problem of Language Interlude I: Images of Trains, Trans of Images; Dickens, Deleuze, Representation Linguistics Has Done a Lot of Harm Events, Sense and the Genesis of Language Interlude 2: Making Sense of Literature: Joyce, Commings, Woolf Another Philosophy of Language: The New Pragmatics Another Philosophy of Language: Machines, Assemblages, Minority Interlude 3: A Reading of Kipling's Wireless Another Philosophy of Language: Style and Stuttering Conclusion Notes Index
Jean-Jacques Lecercle is the author of "The Violence of Language, Philosophy of Nonsense" and "Interpretation as Pragmatics".
JEAN-LACQUES LECERCLE is Professor of English at the Universities of Cardiff and Nanterre where he teaches literature, linguistics and the philosophy of language. He is the author of The Violence of Language, Philosophy of Nonsense and Interpretation as Pragmatics.
'Of great interest to those interested in literary theory, French philosophy, and linguistics, this useful study is without peer.' - M. Uebel, Choice