Freedom's Just Another Word / For Nothin' Left to Close / Desire Constructing Desire Constructing in Gail Scott's 'Heroine'


  • Nicole Markotic



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How to Cite

Markotic, N. (1994). Freedom’s Just Another Word / For Nothin’ Left to Close / Desire Constructing Desire Constructing in Gail Scott’s ’Heroine’. Tessera, 16.