Literary Criticism. Class #3. “Semiotics, Structuralism, and Television” from Channels of Discourse (1996) by Ellen Seiter. I. The Sign (pp. 138-143). Saussure. Charles S. Peirce. 1839-1914, American philosopher
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from Channels of Discourse (1996)
by Ellen Seiter
Fangface five channels
Whenever Fangs sees the moon, a picture of the moon, or something that resembles the moon, he transforms into FANGFACE. He is unaware that he is FANGFACE. Sometimes when he changes back, he remembers something that he did as FANGFACE, but he just dismisses it as a weird dream that he had. He is a coward and runs whenever there's danger.