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By Kazuo Koike, Goseki Kojima

Because the flames draw closer, the fireplace will get warmer. Ronin murderer Ogami Itto seeks to benefit what is written at the mystery messages from the corrupt Yagyu extended family to the Shogun, and leaves a river of blood in his direction.

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One of her key concepts is intertextuality, which can simply mean that narratives are woven of echoes and traces of other texts, a web or “mosaic of quotations”. Kristeva complexities this basic semiotic idea by admixtures of Marxism, psychoanalysis and feminism. She agrees with Lacan’s view of an unconscious that can never itself be “spoken”, but departs from him with her idea of its continuity even after the subject enters the Symbolic order of language. The unconscious is the preliminary to meaning – its “uterus” – which always remains present as a force that can disrupt “adult” signification.

Lukács was eventually to condemn modernism in general as presenting a distorted picture of reality which inhibited political action. This viewpoint brought him into dispute with the modernist experimental dramatist and Marxist, Bertolt Brecht (1898–1956). Brecht, backed up by the Marxist critic Walter Benjamin (1892–1940), complained that Lukács’s conception of realism was far too narrow. Creative artists must be left free to experiment as the culture around them changes. To write in the style of 19th-century realism would be to cease being a realist now.

The essential idea for critical theory is that there is nothing accidental in a text – in the widest sense of text as production. Every indication of what is hidden, repressed or displaced in its structure can be traced back to the “textual unconscious”. In-depth analysis of texts with very close attention paid to detail resembles the therapist’s function of vigilant “listener” … The text becomes something like a “patient” … The character of Hamlet in Shakespeare’s play is an obvious “suitable case for treatment”.

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