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Kolbrener, W. (2014). At the Crossroads: Irony in the Works of Adam Phillips and Jonathan Lear. Free Associations, 15(2):88-97.

(2014). Free Associations, 15(2):88-97

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At the Crossroads: Irony in the Works of Adam Phillips and Jonathan Lear

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William Kolbrener

An extended meditation on the role of irony in Adam Phillips's Missing Out and Jonathan Lear's A Case for Irony.

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