IRONY AND DICOURSE OF MOD (cl)

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Contents

Modernism and Postmodernism in Contemporary Thought
3
The Rise of Literary Modernism in the Romantic Age
37
Irony in the Ancient and the Modern World
73
Irony and SelfReferentiality
111
Index of Names
151
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