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Volume 2, 1928-29
Simone de Beauvoir
Edited by Andrew Linzey and Clair Linzey
Grievance among Friends
Phenomenologies of the Body in Performance
Edited with Essays by Sondra Fraleigh
White Supremacy and the Stories That Give Us Meaning
Richard T. Hughes
Simone de Beauvoir Edited by Margaret A. Simons and Marybeth Timmermann
Thomas S. Henricks
Objections to Nationalism
Politics and Authority