by Roland Barthes
The French critic Roland Barthes has guru status among literary theorists. This private diary opens the door onto his strange personal world, recording, day-by-day, the impact of bereavement as he struggled to live without the most important person in his life: his mother. Introduced by Professor Michael Wood.
Hardback: 256 Pages
Product Dimensions: 120 x 190 mm
Published by Notting Hill Editions