Deconstruction has become a prominent force in legal theory in the last few years, especially through its use by feminist scholars and members of the Critical Legal Studies movement. Yet its appearance on the critical scene has not been greeted with universal acclaim; many persons are greatly concerned by the pervasive influence of deconstruction. However, no matter how great a furor deconstruction has caused in legal circles, it has caused even greater controversies in literary circles for the last decade and a half.
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