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VII — Jane Dieulafoy: a knowledgeable traveller in Perse around 1880 or travestiation as a lifestyle

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"[...] a mask is not first what it represents but what it transforms, i.e. chooses not to represent. Like a myth, a mask denies as much as he claims; this is not just what he says or believes, but what he excludes. Claude Lévi-Strauss A ‘orientalist’ couple: Jane and Marcel Dieulafoy Jane Dieulafoy — an archaeologist, journalist, saltman and writer — are among the most renowned travellers of his time, ‘a charm heroin on the foot...

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