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The author 'wish[es] to argue here in defence of books, literature, and 'old' literature in particular. For no writing occurs without reading.'

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  • Epigraph: We cease to think when we refuse to do so under the constraint of language. - Friedrich Nietzsche

    And in order to highlight the import of the word literature I'll invoke the equivocality upon which Joyce often plays - letter, litter. The letter is refuse. - Jacques Lacan

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    y separately published work icon TEXT : The Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs vol. 9 no. 2 October 2005 Z1286420 2005 periodical issue This issue of TEXT substantiates the fact that 'much of the work ... undertake[n] as creative writers is research' ... 'and adds to the body of knowledge about writers, writing and research.'- Editorial 2005
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