100 Ideas That Work!: Discipline in the Classroom by Sharon R. Berry

By Sharon R. Berry

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On this day Lauren does not find Tuttle, but rather a twirling leaf in the air beneath a tree branch that extended over the roof. There was no sign of a larva web from which the leaf might be suspended, or a strand of some bird’s nest-building material. Just the leaf in midair, turning. (TBA, 41) What we note here is the evocation of an impossibility (the oddity of this turning leaf) made conspicuous through association with a sign (the leaf). What DeLillo is presenting is a parable of the inevitable relationship of allegory (sign) and Otherness.

Vincent Descombes, in an “economical” gesture of his own, expresses this in writing the following, installing différance as the effect of an originary delay: The concept of an ‘originary delay’ is paradoxical but necessary. If from the origin onwards (each time there is origin), from the ‘first time’ onwards, there were no différance, then the first time would not be the ‘first time’, for it would not be followed by a ‘second time’; and if the ‘first time’ were the ‘only time’, it would not be at the origin of anything at all.

For me, for what I have tried and still try to write, the word has interest only within a certain context, where it replaces and lets itself be determined by such words as “ecriture,” “trace,” “différance,” “hymen,” “pharmakon,” […] etc. By definition, the list can never be closed, and I have cited only names, which is inadequate and done only for reasons of economy. 46 45 (Derrida, “Some Statements and Truisms About Neo-Logisism, Newisms, Positisms, and Other Small Seismisms” in Modern Literary Theory: A Reader (eds.

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