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Writing and Difference is one of Jacques Derrida's most widely read and studied books. In a collection of essays that engage with literature, history, poetry, dramaturgy, psychoanalysis, ethnology and structuralism, Derrida demonstrates how philosophy and literature might be read, and revolutionizes our understanding of writing, difference and life itself. This introduction is the ideal companion to an unprecedented and influential group of texts.
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