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With a Table of Contents at the back of the book and no index asisstilltoo often the case in French books , one is first offered a fairly long list of the books and articles Lindekens has written, in preparation orto be published. Only thrbugh them does one get a vague, indirect inkling of who he is and what his credentials are. The subsections in each chapter are numbered, which suggests that the book is meant to be read by some sort of captive audience, one that is expected to refer to the arguments of each numbered subsection for study purposes. This impression is strengthened by the fact that the author makes several references to his previous works for a better undertaking of the present one. Furthermore, in several cases he coins his own terms, adding to hisalready heavy useof specialsemioticterms. Unfortunately,he offers readers no glossary to help them understand them. Although I feel that Lindekens attempts to be as rigorous as possible, while adhering to the Hjelmslevian and Greimasian principles of semiotics. I find that he is not at all at ease with visual displays.


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