Violence and the Diagram; Or, The Human Centipede

  title={Violence and the Diagram; Or, The Human Centipede},
  author={E. Brinkema},
  journal={Qui Parle: Critical Humanities and Social Sciences},
  pages={108 - 75}
  • E. Brinkema
  • Published 2016
  • Sociology
  • Qui Parle: Critical Humanities and Social Sciences
The fi stula in ano, an infected tunnel that connects the anal canal and a secondary opening in the skin, that external perianal opening which may be visible, and which usually results from anorectal pustules that produce the hollow damp antrum, the cavity which will have to be evaluated for depth and extent of the tract, and from which builtup debris renders (as in hot oil, tried from the fat; as in presenting for inspection or consideration; as in payment due, as though a tribute) a… Expand
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