عنوان مقاله [English]
In the text world, texts are in discourse with earlier and later texts. Signs, which are considered as one of the most powerful elements of the literary language of the "textual world", are constantly creating meaning in the process of companionship. In intertextual discourse and the absence of the author, there is no single interpretation of the text and no beginning to the text and its destination is invisible. It is only intertwined layers of text and audience readings, a reading which leads to creating innumerable meanings due to the nature of written texts. Barthes makes it possible for emerging the meaning through announcing the symbolic death of the author, as he found that the existence of the author always carries presuppositions which call the text to be judged; however, however, the literary work provides the possibility of objectifying meanings in the audience's sensory perception in the absence of the subject in a way that is inherent in literary language.