Imaginary Ethnographies: Literature, Culture, and Subjectivity

Columbia University Press (2012)
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Abstract

Through readings of iconic figures such as the cannibal, the child, the alien, and the posthuman, Gabriele Schwab analyzes literary explorations at the boundaries of the human.

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