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dc.contributor.authorFourny, Diane R.
dc.identifier.citationDiane, R. Fourny. (1990). "The Festival at the Water Hole: Rousseau, Freud and Derrida on Incest." The Eighteenth Century, 31(2):137-160.
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dc.titleThe Festival at the Water Hole: Rousseau, Freud and Derrida on Incesten_US
kusw.kuauthorFourny, Diane R.
kusw.kudepartmentHumanities and Western Civilizationen_US
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