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  • Author : Eli Clare
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 03 February 2017
  • ISBN : 0822362872
  • Page : 240 pages
  • Language : English
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Drawing on memoir, history, and theory, Eli Clare complicates the understanding of cure, seeing it as an ideology that serves contradictory purposes from saving lives to social control while critiquing cure rhetoric and the drive to cure disabled people through an insistence of the value of disability."

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Brilliant Imperfection PDF book is popular Social Science book written by Eli Clare. The book was released by Unknown in 03 February 2017 with total hardcover pages 240. Drawing on memoir, history, and theory, Eli Clare complicates the understanding of cure, seeing it as an ideology that serves contradictory purposes from saving lives to social control while critiquing cure rhetoric and the drive to cure disabled people through an insistence of the value of disability."

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Brilliant Imperfection PDF book is popular Social Science book written by Eli Clare. The book was released by Unknown in 03 February 2017 with total hardcover pages 240. Drawing on memoir, history, and theory, Eli Clare complicates the understanding of cure, seeing it as an ideology that serves contradictory purposes from saving lives to social control while critiquing cure rhetoric and the drive to cure disabled people through an insistence of the value of disability."

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