File spoon-archives/phillitcrit.archive/phillitcrit_1998/phillitcrit.9811, message 9


Date: Mon, 23 Nov 1998 23:29:58 -0600
Subject: PLC: citation help


I could swear that in the piles of reading lately I read an article or
chapter entitled "The Impossible Ethics of Deconstruction."  Problem is
that I can't find it anywhere now.  Does anyone know what journal or
book this is in?  Does it exist? Am I dreaming?  

If I am dreaming, and therefore made this title up, consider it a gift. 
Run with it.
Thanks for any and all help.

Meaghan
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... nothing illustrates the 
importance of poetry better than
this possibility that within it 
there may yet be found a reality
adequate to the profound necessities
of life today or for that matter
any day.
	--- Wallace Stevens

Meaghan Roberts
Ph.D. Candidate: Lit&Fem.Philos.
University of Texas-AT-Dallas
antiope3-AT-airmail.net
a paper:  http://www.uta.edu/huma/enculturation/1_2/roberts 
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