conception of texts with relation to their
contexts and readers.«
20 | Jorge Luis Borges, Poesía completa, Barcelona: Lumen, 2011, S. 150, V. 3–4.
21 | Thomas De Quincey, Confessions of an English Opium-Eater. To which is added The
Daughter of Lebanon, forming part of »Suspiria de Profundis«, in: De Quincey’s Works, Bd. 5,
London: James Hogg & Sons, 1856, S. 266. »But now that affection, which I have called the
tyranny of the human face, began to unfold itself. [...] [N]ow it was that upon the rocking
waters of the ocean the human face began to reveal itself; the sea