Simply Forbidden (House of Pleasure)

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The normative impulses of literary and linguistic tradition reinforce notions of intelligibility (and of syntax) which themselves constitute the intellectual legitimation of political rule, of the hegemony, whose very existence resides in and relies upon its moral and cultural legitimation by tradition, if it is not to be installed and maintained by power of brute force. Ed graduated with a first-class honours degree in 2005 and achieved a distinction for his MA in 2010 while still...

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Publisher: Aphrodisia; 1 edition (February 1, 2011)

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