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'''Hirschkop, Keith. ''Mikhail Bakhtin: an aesthetic for democracy''. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999.''' <br>
 
'''Hirschkop, Keith. ''Mikhail Bakhtin: an aesthetic for democracy''. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999.''' <br>
  
*Hirschkop observes his tendency to conflate structures outside face-to-face dialogue (such as the novel) with face-to-face dialogue. (KH, AD, 254)
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*Hirschkop observes his tendency to conflate structures outside face-to-face dialogue (such as the novel) with face-to-face dialogue. (p. 254)
  
  

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Hirschkop, Keith. Mikhail Bakhtin: an aesthetic for democracy. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999.

  • Hirschkop observes his tendency to conflate structures outside face-to-face dialogue (such as the novel) with face-to-face dialogue. (p. 254)


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