Anxiety Veiled Euripides and the Traffic in Women


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Keywords Euripides   Feminism and literature   Greek drama   Mythology, Greek, in literature   Women   Women and literature
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Literacy: The End and Means of Literature.David Rozema - 2004 - Philosophical Investigations 27 (3):258–281.
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