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It is also useful when considering the themes of works (for example, man's inhumanity to man in Mark Twain's Huckelberry Finn). Sub- title Contents: Resting place, by Samuel Gordon; For all eternity, by Gertrude and Jack Landa; Man with the puckel, by Bertram Jacobs; Kislev, by J. Duke Senior has been banished from his dukedom by a usurping younger brother, Duke Frederick. He is currently launching the research that will inform a monograph-length exploration of theatricality within former detention centers across the Southern Cone.

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Publisher: Routledge; New edition edition (July 2, 2014)

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