Death, Desire and Loss in Western Culture
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Death, Desire and Loss in Western Culture is a philosophy book written by Jonathan Dollimore, published in 1998. The book describes the influence of the death obsession in western culture. Dollimore's analysis is heavily influenced by Freud.
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