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The Conclusion returns to the book’s central preoccupations of citizenship, equality, and community by way of an extended close reading of Benjamin Markovits’s 2015 novel, You Don’t Have to Live Like This.

in The politics of male friendship in contemporary American fiction
Anshuman A. Mondal

hand, whilst observing and respecting cultural difference on the other? This politics simply cannot be unequivocal because it must always contain within itself this Critical overview and conclusion 173 inherent doubleness (which is not a ‘duplicity’): one register that acknowledges the metaphysic of modernity, its institutions and its governing ensembles of knowledge such as the state, citizenship, equality, social science and the rule of law etc.; and, on the other hand, another register which exceeds and resists that metaphysic because it does not observe the

in Amitav Ghosh