“‘The distortion of a text,’ says Freud in Moses and Monotheism, ‘is not unlike a murder. The difficulty lies not in the execution of the deed but in doing away with the traces.'” — James Wood, in The Fun Stuff (2012).

Posted by Andrew on 25 February 2013, 4:40 pm

“‘The distortion of a text,’ says Freud in Moses and Monotheism, ‘is not unlike a murder. The difficulty lies not in the execution of the deed but in doing away with the traces.'” — James Wood, in The Fun Stuff (2012).

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