This essay studies the uses and valuation of doxa in the work of Roland Barthes. Omnipresent and multiform, doxa appears there as a power informed by metaphors. The essay then focuses on the analysis of doxa in Barthes'sS/Z, on its relation to the Flaubertian problematics of“received ideas,” and on the impact of this problematics on literary story since the 1970s.

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