This city is the birth place of the author and is referenced within the book.
The book, A Lover's Discourse was so popular in Europe that it was translated and distributed in this country.
During the 18th century, men of this western continent would dress like Werther, a character from a popular novel of the time that is often quoted by the author.
The story of young Werther, Barthes' often-referenced resource, takes place in this country.
Barthes makes references to this term in the margins of his text. Its basic definition is the derivation of a word.
Barthes references a young monk from the year 1199 who travels to this place in order to obtain the gift of tears.
This town near Athens is referenced by Barthes in his figure about 'Gossip.'
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