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BIBLIOGRAPHY (also in transcript)
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Susan Lanser, ‘Queering Narrative Voice’. Queer and Feminist Theories of Narrative, special issue of Textual Practice, vol. 32, no. 6, 2018, pp. 923-937.
Alison Rumfitt, Tell Me I’m Worthless. Cipher Press, 2021.
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Serpell, Namwali. “The Banality of Empathy.” The New York Review. 2 March 2019.
Breithaupt, Fritz. The Dark Sides of Empathy. Translated by Andrew B. B. Hamilton. Translated by Andrew B. B. Hamilton, Cornell University Press, 2019.