Deconstructing The New Yorker Cartoon. Lynn attempts to explain Deconstructionist theory in this way, “If we choose to say one thing, we are leaving out another thing. And there is always a gap, a space in the text, that the reader cannot ultimately fill in” (2011, p. 107). Use this statement to analyze The New Yorker cartoon (see attached file). How is the caption an example of a Deconstructionist perspective? Is there a way to critique this cartoon using Deconstruction? Do you enjoy the challenge of Deconstruction? Why or why not?
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