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Relocating clear of territorially-bound narratives towards a extra kinetic conceptualization of identification, this e-book represents the 1st research of the politics of yank id in the fiction and memoirs of Isabel Allende. Craig bargains a thorough transformation of societal frameworks via revised notions of position, temporality, and house.

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