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Like AP History.

Keesey, Ch 7 (Introduction) -- Jerz EL312 (Literary Criticism)

the very assumptions and techniques that define poststructuralist history also make it difficult to do poststructuralist history.
That quote has me all jazzed to attempt this criticism. Really, I like how the two ideas mix together. It makes sense to me, I felt a little histroy in the poststructuralist, so lets try this.

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