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By Umberto Eco

En este libro audaz, que señala un hito decisivo en su hard work crítica, Umberto Eco se convierte en su propio objeto de estudio y analista de sí mismo. Acompañado de Dante, Leopardi y Joyce, e interpretando a los principales hermeneutas de sus obras, Eco replantea cuatro grandes problemas de l. a. semiótica moderna: los «límites de l. a. interpretación» , el excesivo dispendio de «energía interpretativa», «los criterios de economía de lectura», y un ataque polémico a l. a. «práctica de l. a. deconstrucción». Trata así de restablecer el equilibrio entre l. a. «intención del lector» y «la intención del autor», al tiempo que demuestra que el principio de los angeles semiosis ilimitada no puede consistir en una derivación incontrolable del sentido. Si bien las interpretaciones de un texto pueden ser infinitas, no todas son buenas, y aunque no sabemos cuáles son las mejores, sí es posible determinar las que resultan totalmente inaceptables.

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But the point is that for the birds there now is such a thing as a middle, a locus marked by position. What hitherto was by its nature mobile and permeable is now perceived as a fixed place and potential barrier. Thus the birds, by commanding this intermediate zone, can exact a transit fare from the gods, without which they will refuse permission for the savor of sacrificial animals to pass to heaven. It is not just a question of the wall, but of a different way of conceiving space as territorial, a field marked by lim- Birds 37 its of property.

Pisthetaerus adds that the birds will then be able to rule over mankind and conquer the gods. The reason for this is, as has been said, that the air, which the birds inhabit, is "in the middle" (en mesoi, 187), between earth and heaven. That the location is strategic is evident. But the point is that for the birds there now is such a thing as a middle, a locus marked by position. What hitherto was by its nature mobile and permeable is now perceived as a fixed place and potential barrier. Thus the birds, by commanding this intermediate zone, can exact a transit fare from the gods, without which they will refuse permission for the savor of sacrificial animals to pass to heaven.

The names themselves, Cleon-Lover and Cleon-Hater, couple the two in struggle. 11 Aristophanes facilitates the reversal through intimations of the old man's senility. The switch of roles, by which a sober son restrains an impulsive father, is further naturalized by the legal circumstance that Philocleon has surrendered control of his household to his son (cf. 612-13), who is thus the master of the household slaves (67, 142), while Philocleon is now their old or former master (442). "12 If you'll be nice to me now, as soon as my son's dead I'll redeem you from your owner, piglet, and have you as a concubine.

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