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Literature and Evil

Georges Bataille - 2012 - 192 pages
'Literature is not innocent,' stated Georges Bataille in this extraordinary 1957 collection of essays, arguing that only by acknowledging its complicity with the knowledge of ...
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Literature and Evil

Georges Bataille - 1973 - 179 pages
Essays discuss the work of Emily Bronte, Baudelaire, William Blake, Proust, Kafka, Genet, and de Sade, and examine the depiction of evil
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Literature and Evil

Georges Bataille - 1973 - 179 pages
Essays discuss the work of Emily Bronte, Baudelaire, William Blake, Proust, Kafka, Genet, and de Sade, and examine the depiction of evil
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Literature and Evil

Georges Bataille - 1973 - 179 pages
Essays discuss the work of Emily Bronte, Baudelaire, William Blake, Proust, Kafka, Genet, and de Sade, and examine the depiction of evil
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Literature and Evil

Georges Bataille - 1973 - 179 pages
Essays discuss the work of Emily Bronte, Baudelaire, William Blake, Proust, Kafka, Genet, and de Sade, and examine the depiction of evil
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Literature and Evil

Georges Bataille - 1973 - 179 pages
Essays discuss the work of Emily Bronte, Baudelaire, William Blake, Proust, Kafka, Genet, and de Sade, and examine the depiction of evil
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Literature and Evil

Georges Bataille - 1973 - 179 pages
Essays discuss the work of Emily Bronte, Baudelaire, William Blake, Proust, Kafka, Genet, and de Sade, and examine the depiction of evil
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Literature and Evil

Georges Bataille - 1973 - 179 pages
Essays discuss the work of Emily Bronte, Baudelaire, William Blake, Proust, Kafka, Genet, and de Sade, and examine the depiction of evil
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Literature and Evil

Georges Bataille - 1973 - 179 pages
Essays discuss the work of Emily Bronte, Baudelaire, William Blake, Proust, Kafka, Genet, and de Sade, and examine the depiction of evil
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