Derrida (obviously concerned): Death of an author? What did Barthes mean?
Bak: I don't know.
Der: If we are authors, we are dead.
Bak: No he couldn't have meant that.
Der: But that's what he said!
Bak: But how do we know that that's what he meant? What he said can have more than one meaning.
Der: I don't understand.
Bak: That's good!!
Bak: Because if you understood me, we wouldn't be talking.
Der: Oh. Well, do you think we're dead?
Bak: He could have meant anything.
Der: How will we know?
Bak: Foucault will tell us.