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Kushner, T. (2005). Termination or Sonnet LXXV or Lass meine Schmerzen nicht verloren mein or Ambivalence. Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 6(4):329-343.

(2005). Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 6(4):329-343

Termination or Sonnet LXXV or Lass meine Schmerzen nicht verloren mein or Ambivalence

Tony Kushner

This is a short play based on one of Shakespeare's sonnets, and the termination of my analysis. The play has no message to deliver nor has it any themes. Readers should therefore approach it with caution. It turns out that, though the analysis was successful, I still have problems and am seeing my analyst again, inspired in part by the outcome of the November 2004 election.

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