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  • Author:agent John Kinsella
Issue Details: First known date: 2008... 2008 A Neurotic Reading of C. J. Brennan's 'The Wanderer'
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The three neuroses the author sees as being pivotal to Brennan's 'Wanderer' are: 1. of fear of the dentata and the sexually "unresponsive" female and female-self; 2. of place and identification; 3. a neurosis of spiritual conviction.

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    y separately published work icon Long Paddock Double Exposures no. 3 2008 Z1582030 2008 periodical issue 2008
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