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a c k n o w l e d g m e n t s This book began as a doctoral dissertation at the University of Chicago Divinity School. During my time at the Divinity School, I received advice and support from numerous friends and professors. I am particularly grateful to the three members of the faculty who together made up a dissertation committee the better than which cannot be imagined: Franc╠žoise Meltzer, Amy Hollywood, and David Tracy. I also wish to thank my three anonymous readers at Fordham University Press, who offered valuable suggestions for how to make this a better book; my mother and father, whose generosity is without reserve; Rick Nance, for his careful reading of the entire manuscript; Chris Pusateri, for continual correspondence; and John Kimbrough, for technical, moral, and other support. PAGE xiii xiii ................. 16666$ $ACK 10-02-07 14:19:40 PS PAGE xiv ................. 16666$ $ACK 10-02-07 14:19:41 PS Ecce Monstrum PAGE xv ................. 16666$ HFTL 10-02-07 14:19:44 PS PAGE xvi ................. 16666$ HFTL 10-02-07 14:19:44 PS ...


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