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"A very powerful book. The final chapter, in particular, is one of the most provocative political-theoretical statements that I have read in a long time."--Bill Martin, Radical Philosophy Review of Books.
"An impressive sequel to Marxism and Deconstruction."--Jonathan Culler, Cornell University.
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"The nine short essays in this book are all very readable, learned, and never less than interesting." -- Joseph Gibaldi, Philosophy and Literature
"The ideal companion to viewing or listening to Don Giovanni, hailed by E.T.A. Hoffman as the 'opera of operas.' Miller, the brilliant Brittish director of plays and operas, gathers together stimulating essays on the historical, philosophical, psychological, and socialogical underpinnings of Mozart's and librettist Da Ponte's masterpiece." -- Steven Paul Scher, Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
"An entertaining and informative book." -- Anthony Burgess, The Observer
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