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Violence and Difference

Girard, Derrida, and Deconstruction

McKenna explicates key elements of the anthropology of Rene Girard and the literary theory of Jacques Derrida in terms of each other--to create an interpretive strategy that he hopes will "salvage deconstruction from the flashy sterility it favors."

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