Translated by Richard Howard
Published by Hill and Wang 1978. First American Edition
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The language we use when we are in love is not a language we speak, for it is addressed to ourselves and to our imaginary beloved. It is, for that very reason, a language of solitude. It is a language of mythology, of what Barthes calls “an image repertoire.”
Hardcover, 234 pages. Foxing on the edges.