Stewart explores the labyrinthine relationships between common sense and nonsense in folklore, literary theory, anthropology, and sociology.Stewart explores the labyrinthine relationships between common sense and nonsense in folklore, literary theory, anthropology, and sociology.Read Less
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Fine in Fine jacket. 228 pages. Book and Jacket appear to have hardly been read and are both in Fine condition throughout. This Book Repressssnts An Original Contributiion To All These Fields By Analyzing Nonsense Within An Expansive Context Of The Social Manufacture Of Order And Disorder.
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