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W. Jane Bancroft is an associate professor of French and Humanities at the University of Toronto.Review:
'The thrill of reading Zizek ... arises in part from the collision between the insanity he finds everywhere in our psychic and social lives and the rigorous clarity with which he anatomizes its workings.' - Lingua Franca
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