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Sound Effects: The Object Voice in Fiction

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<i>Sound Effects</i> collects original articles on English and American prose fiction which analyse vocal phenomena by using the psychoanalytic concept of the object voice – introduced by J. Lacan and theorised by M. Dolar – as their interpretative tool.

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