Graduate studies at Western
State University of New York Press (1996)
|Abstract||Through case studies in cultural history, sociology, semiology, and literature, the book discusses the processes that enabled the French intellectual nobility ...|
|Keywords||Philosophy, French French literature|
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|Call number||B2421.K38 1996|
|ISBN(s)||9780791431436 0791431444 0791431436 9780791431443|
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