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Rebels?

Belsey, ''Literature, History, Politics'' -- Jerz EL312 (Literary Criticism)

They disappear again, however, in American deconstructionism, which nails its colours to the free play of the eternal signifier. Here all writing and allspeech is fiction in a timeless present without presence, and the subject celebrates its own non-being in an infinite space where there is no room for politics (Keesey 429-430).

American rebel trash. Ha. Why is it so wrong to look at the work without an outside presence. IS the work not worthy to stand alone without a footnote as to the significance of it. I like to think that a work is worthy of that task and can complete it. And no Dave I was not 3 when Land of Confusion came out I remember it well and for those who do not click the link and enjoy.

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