|Subject||Re: Application of Structuralism|
|Posted on||Tue Jun 6 10:51:45 2000|
|In Reply to||Application of Structuralism|
I agree with the three binary oppositions you refer in the text of The Purloined Letter. Especially, you talks about the opposition of "simple" and "complex". It's true that because of the complex thinkings of Prefect let him cannot find the letter; however, Dupin simplifized the whole things and let him find out the hidden place. I also approve what you wrote, "when any of the characters get the secret, he or she are powerful and can speak out; however, when they talk out of the secret, they become powerless."
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