- Osborne, Lynn Thurston
- The Ethics and Aesthetics of Crime: A Study of Jean Genet
- Privately Printed, Berkeley, 1973.
- Ms. Osborne's doctoral thesis submitted to the University of California, Berkeley, seeking to demonstrate through Genet's writings that one may affirmatively seek societal rejection, thus "turning a degradation ceremony into an elevation ceremony"
- Oversized photo-copied double-spaced acco-bound typescript, showing some wear, but quite sound, 317 pages; one copy in OCLC (and three microforms)
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- $ 150.00
- Law and Literature, FRANCE, Gay and Lesbians
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