The Significance of Deconstruction in Literature

  • Literary Theory and CriticismHow to Deconstruct Any Text Using Derrida's Theory

    How to Deconstruct Any Text Using Derrida’s Theory

    Derrida’s deconstruction theory, sometimes called simply “deconstruction,” refers to the process of analyzing a text’s meaning by breaking it down into its constituent parts to gain an understanding of the ways in which it relies on or subverts its own structure. Derrida’s theory of deconstructionism can be applied to any written text, whether it’s an essay or the label on…

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