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Spaces of Madness: Insane Asylums in Argentine Narrative - Eunice Rojas


Spaces of Madness examines the role of the insane asylum in Argentine prose works published between 1889 and 2011. The authors studied in


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Spaces of Madness: Insane Asylums in Argentine Narrative - Eunice Rojas


Spaces of Madness examines the role of the insane asylum in Argentine prose works published between 1889 and 2011. The authors studied in