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New Blog Posts Socrates, Silenus and the Grotesque http://grotesque-observatory.blogspot.co.uk/2011/11/socrates-silenus-and-grotesque.html Plato and the
Dr Ian McCormick
Jun 29, 2013#444
Hello, Just found your e-group... I went to the recent Carnivalesque exhibition that toured the UK and thoroughly enjoyed it, am also a great fan of Rabelais.
Jan 9, 2001#13
The Mutter Museum (((http://www.phillyburbs.com/halloween2000/Mutter/Index.shtml)))
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Hello, I just stumbled on the grotesque website and decided to join the grotesque myself. I teach Cultural Studies and am currently doing research which is
Nov 1, 2000#8
The grotesque celebrates and promotes the understanding of the grotesque, monstrous, and the carnivalesque in their literary, historical, cultural and
Aug 17, 1999#1
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