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So, let’s kick off this new and improved Valentine’s Day gift giving idea with a list of historicals. This triggered an interest in the history of costume which led me to the flowing goddess-robes of ancient Greece which led me to Isadora Duncan's neo-Greek dance dresses of the 1920s. And so it was that Longinus first brought passion and the concept of readerly complementation to the study of literature."*** Finally, the Gothic tradition is also one that deals with the ideas of gender and of transgression.

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ISBN: 1491744626

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