Palgrave-Macmillan (2008)

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Steven Morton
North Georgia College
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This book focuses on the relationship between literary culture, power, society and war. It assesses the critical importance of Michel Foucault's lecture series Society Must Be Defended for contemporary debates about war and terror in literary and cultural studies, as well as social and political thought.
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Call number B2430.F724.M68 2008
ISBN(s) 0230574335   9780230574335
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