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The following bibliography, while extensive, is by no means comprehensive. Inevitably, there’s “that one text somewhere” that got missed.  This is my bibliography from my own research. If you know of other resources on the subject, that I have not included, please feel free to let me know. Research is never complete. It only stops.

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