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THE Feminine
AND THE SACRED
Catherine Clement and Julia Kristeva

Translated by Jane Marie Todd

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Translator's Note

ALL QUOTED MATERIAL is my own translation, with the exception of biblical verses, which are from the King James Version, and the passage from Marina Warner's Alone of All Her Sex,...

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