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  • n. Plural form of emplotment.

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Examples

  • AIDS early enough in the life of that plague so that melodramatic emplotments of such deaths did not seem as excessive as they do now, it was inevitable that anti-postmodern critics would connect his death with his thought.

    Foucault and the Hedgerow History of Sexuality

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