John R

John R - Editor

Austin, TX, USA

Veteran editor of scholarly and academic writing in the humanities, arts, and social sciences.

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Thanks for visiting my Reedsy profile! I'm a veteran editor of scholarly and academic writing. I've shaped, queried, polished, corrected, critically evaluated, and enhanced the clarity and elegance of literally thousands of manuscripts—from project proposals and PhD dissertations to journal articles, book chapters, and books. As a generalist editor with curiosity to spare, I've edited work from many fields in the natural sciences and virtually every discipline in the social sciences, arts, and humanities. I welcome opportunities to work with scholars, researchers, and graduate students from across the academic spectrum.

My editorial specialties—literary studies, Western philosophy, and Buddhist philosophy—reflect my own research background, artistic interests, and university-level teaching experience. I've taught poetics, modernist and contemporary poetry, 20th-century fiction, and literary theory both old and new. The history of philosophy, especially phenomenology, pragmatism, and ancient Greek thought, has played a central role in my study and teaching of literature. Since I'm a lifelong devotee of literature and the arts who's also familiar with the full sweep of Western philosophy, you can rest assured that your philosophy or literary studies manuscript will find an enthusiastic (and comprehending) ear when it lands on my desk. Moreover, a long-standing relationship with the traditions of early Buddhism and Zen/Chan Buddhism makes me a sensitive editor of both popular and scholarly writing on Buddhist philosophy and meditation practices.

My editorial services involve careful attention to grammar and style, a commitment to clear and elegant prose, and the elimination of sentence-level errors, whether glaring or minute. If you're in need of light editing, I systematically correct errors and establish consistency in the presentation of elements like hyphenation, case structure, and verb tense. If you'd like more substantial editing, I also improve the readability and cogency of your manuscript's prose. And if your manuscript is at an earlier stage of preparation, I take a wide-angle perspective, providing feedback on logical clarity at the sentence level, argumentation at the paragraph level, and the effectiveness of the manuscript's overall structure.

If you're seeking a friendly manuscript editor who combines a poet's ear for artful writing with a philosopher's attention to argumentation and logical coherence, I'm here to help—regardless of your academic or artistic discipline. For more information, to tell me about your project, or just to connect, feel free to message me! I enjoy working with both individuals and organizations.
Languages
English (AUS)
English (CAN)
English (UK)
English (US)
Non-Fiction
Biographies & Memoirs
Buddhism
History
Music
Philosophy
Political Science & Current Affairs
Sociology
Fiction
Poetry

Work experience

Freelance Manuscript Editor

Self-employed
August, 2009 – Present (over 11 years)

Founder and Organizer

Lubbock Meditation, Lubbock, TX
December, 2012 – August, 2014 (over 1 year)

Lubbock Meditation was a free, grassroots practice group that met every weekend for an hour of seated and walking meditation. It brought together people of diverse backgrounds, ages, and degrees of experience, from raw beginners to longtime meditators. The practice space was provided by Yoga Bean, a yoga studio in Lubbock, Texas, at no charge to our community—and with no strings attached. I founded and served as the organizer of this group in an effort to provide a no-cost opportunity for group meditation in a region where such opportunities are scarce.

Full-Time Instructor

English Department, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
June, 2007 – June, 2009 (about 2 years)

• Developed and taught undergraduate courses in literary theory, poetry and poetics, and twentieth-century literature
• Provided academic advising for current and prospective English majors
• Evaluated and provided ongoing feedback on student writing
• Courses taught: The Art of Memory (contemporary poetry and fiction); Literature and Impermanence (contemporary poetry and fiction); Modernist Poetry: Difficulty and Deceptive Simplicity; Ancient Poetics: Plato, Aristotle, Augustine; Readings in Literary Theory: Metaphor, Allusion, Literariness, Canonicity; Principles of Literary Study: Poetry

Assistant Editor

Raritan: A Quarterly Review, New Brunswick, NJ
September, 2005 – June, 2009 (over 3 years)

• Copyedited and proofread essays, fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction for a prominent literary and humanities journal
• Verified incorporation of manuscript changes into proofs
• Reviewed bluelines
• Created query lists; discussed and resolved queries in editorial meetings
• Extensive use of Chicago Manual of Style guidelines

Teaching Assistant

English Department, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
September, 2003 – May, 2007 (over 3 years)

• Developed and taught an introductory poetry course for English majors
• Developed and taught undergraduate courses in composition and research writing
• Coached young writers in the fundamentals of academic writing and critical reading
• Evaluated and provided ongoing feedback on student writing

Administrative Assistant

Undergraduate Writing Center, University of Texas, Austin, TX
October, 1999 – August, 2000 (10 months)

• Managed student intake and daily operations
• Provided writing tutoring for UT undergraduates
• Responded to the broader public's grammar/writing inquiries via UT’s Writers’ Advice Line
• Copyedited Writing Center publications

Teaching Assistant

English Department, Miami University, Oxford, OH
August, 1995 – May, 1997 (over 1 year)

• Developed and taught first-year composition and literature courses
• Coached undergraduates in critical reading, academic writing, and the fundamentals of argumentation
• Evaluated and provided ongoing feedback on student writing

English and Writing Tutor

Programs for Academic Support Services, Texas Tech University
September, 1992 – December, 1994 (about 2 years)

• Provided writing tutoring for undergraduates from all academic majors
• Provided grammar instruction and writing tutoring for multilanguage authors

Portfolio (28 selected works)

Art, Vision, and Nineteenth-Century Realist Drama

Amy Holzapfel

Realism in theatre is traditionally defined as a mere seed of modernism, a crude attempt to reproduce an exact copy of reality on stage. Art, Vision & Nineteenth-Century Realist Drama redefines realism as a complex and under-examined form of visual modernism, one that positioned theatre at the crux of the encounter between consciousness and the visible world. Tracing a historical continuum of ... read more

Realism in theatre is traditionally defined as a mere seed of modernism, a crude attempt to reproduce an exact copy of reality on stage. Art, Vision & Nineteenth-Century Realist Drama redefines realism as a complex and under-examined form of visual modernism, one that positioned theatre at the crux of the encounter between consciousness and the visible world. Tracing a historical continuum of ... read more

How College Works

Daniel F. Chambliss, Christopher G. Takacs

A Chronicle of Higher Education “Top 10 Books on Teaching” SelectionWinner of the Virginia and Warren Stone PrizeConstrained by shrinking budgets, can colleges do more to improve the quality of education? And can students get more out of college without paying higher tuition? Daniel Chambliss and Christopher Takacs conclude that the limited resources of colleges and students need not diminish ... read more

A Chronicle of Higher Education “Top 10 Books on Teaching” SelectionWinner of the Virginia and Warren Stone PrizeConstrained by shrinking budgets, can colleges do more to improve the quality of education? And can students get more out of college without paying higher tuition? Daniel Chambliss and Christopher Takacs conclude that the limited resources of colleges and students need not diminish ... read more

Retrieving Realism

Professor Hubert Dreyfus, Charles Taylor

“A picture held us captive,” writes Wittgenstein in the Philosophical Investigations, describing the powerful image of mind that underlies the modern epistemological tradition from Descartes onward. Retrieving Realism offers a radical critique of the Cartesian epistemic picture that has captivated philosophy for too long and restores a realist view affirming our direct access to the everyday w... read more

“A picture held us captive,” writes Wittgenstein in the Philosophical Investigations, describing the powerful image of mind that underlies the modern epistemological tradition from Descartes onward. Retrieving Realism offers a radical critique of the Cartesian epistemic picture that has captivated philosophy for too long and restores a realist view affirming our direct access to the everyday w... read more

Valuing Diversity: Buddhist Reflection on Realizing a More Equitable Global Future

Peter D. Hershock

Uses Buddhist philosophy to discuss diversity as a value, one that can contribute to equity in a globalizing world.Diversity matters. Whether in the context of ecosystems, education, the workplace, or politics, diversity is now recognized as a fact and as something to be positively affirmed. But what is the value of diversity? What explains its increasing significance? Valuing Diversity is a g... read more

Uses Buddhist philosophy to discuss diversity as a value, one that can contribute to equity in a globalizing world.Diversity matters. Whether in the context of ecosystems, education, the workplace, or politics, diversity is now recognized as a fact and as something to be positively affirmed. But what is the value of diversity? What explains its increasing significance? Valuing Diversity is a g... read more

Racial Reckoning

Renee C. Romano

Few whites who violently resisted the civil rights struggle were charged with crimes in the 1950s and 1960s. But the tide of changed in 1994, and more than one hundred murder cases have been reopened, resulting in over a dozen trials. Yet, as Renee C. Romano shows, addressing the nation’s troubled racial past will require more than legal justice.

Few whites who violently resisted the civil rights struggle were charged with crimes in the 1950s and 1960s. But the tide of changed in 1994, and more than one hundred murder cases have been reopened, resulting in over a dozen trials. Yet, as Renee C. Romano shows, addressing the nation’s troubled racial past will require more than legal justice.

Gender and Neoliberalism

Elisabeth Armstrong

This book describes the changing landscape of women’s politics for equality and liberation during the rise of neoliberalism in India. Between 1991 and 2006, the doctrine of liberalization guided Indian politics and economic policy. These neoliberal measures vastly reduced poverty alleviation schemes, price supports for poor farmers, and opened India’s economy to the unpredictability of global ... read more

This book describes the changing landscape of women’s politics for equality and liberation during the rise of neoliberalism in India. Between 1991 and 2006, the doctrine of liberalization guided Indian politics and economic policy. These neoliberal measures vastly reduced poverty alleviation schemes, price supports for poor farmers, and opened India’s economy to the unpredictability of global ... read more

Clickers in the Classroom: Using Classroom Response Systems to Increase Student Learning (New Pedagogies and Practices for Teaching in Higher Education)

“A significant contribution to enhance active learning in the classroom.” - Patrick Blessinger, Executive Director and Chief Research Scientist , Higher Education Teaching and Learning Association With classroom response systems (or CRSs, also known as Student Response Systems, Individual Response Systems, or, informally, “clickers”) in use in higher education for some 20 years, there is now b... read more

“A significant contribution to enhance active learning in the classroom.” - Patrick Blessinger, Executive Director and Chief Research Scientist , Higher Education Teaching and Learning Association With classroom response systems (or CRSs, also known as Student Response Systems, Individual Response Systems, or, informally, “clickers”) in use in higher education for some 20 years, there is now b... read more

Wallace Stevens, New York, and Modernism (Routledge Studies in Twentieth-Century Literature)

This unique essay collection considers the impact of New York on the life and works of Wallace Stevens. Stevens lived in New York from 1900 to 1916, working briefly as a journalist, going to law school, laboriously starting up a career as a lawyer, getting engaged and married, gradually mixing with local avant-garde circles, and eventually emerging as one of the most exciting and surprising vo... read more

This unique essay collection considers the impact of New York on the life and works of Wallace Stevens. Stevens lived in New York from 1900 to 1916, working briefly as a journalist, going to law school, laboriously starting up a career as a lawyer, getting engaged and married, gradually mixing with local avant-garde circles, and eventually emerging as one of the most exciting and surprising vo... read more

Perspectives on Human-Animal Communication

Emily Plec

Despite its inherent interdisciplinarity, the Communication discipline has remained an almost entirely anthropocentric enterprise. This book represents early and prominent forays into the subject of human-animal communication from a Communication Studies perspective, an effort that brings a discipline too long defined by that fallacy of division, human or nonhuman, into conversation with anima... read more

Despite its inherent interdisciplinarity, the Communication discipline has remained an almost entirely anthropocentric enterprise. This book represents early and prominent forays into the subject of human-animal communication from a Communication Studies perspective, an effort that brings a discipline too long defined by that fallacy of division, human or nonhuman, into conversation with anima... read more

Making Space Public in Early Modern Europe

Angela Vanhaelen, Joseph P. Ward

Broadening the conversation begun in Making Publics in Early Modern Europe (2009), this book examines how the spatial dynamics of public making changed the shape of early modern society. The publics visited in this volume are voluntary groupings of diverse individuals that could coalesce through the performative uptake of shared cultural forms and practices. The contributors argue that such fo... read more

Broadening the conversation begun in Making Publics in Early Modern Europe (2009), this book examines how the spatial dynamics of public making changed the shape of early modern society. The publics visited in this volume are voluntary groupings of diverse individuals that could coalesce through the performative uptake of shared cultural forms and practices. The contributors argue that such fo... read more

Keats and Philosophy

Shahidha Kazi Bari

John Keats remains one of the most familiar and beloved of English poets, but has received surprisingly little critical attention in recent years. This study is a fresh contribution to Keats criticism and Romantic scholarship, positioning Keats as a figure of philosophical interest who warrants renewed attention. Exploring Keats’s own Romantic accounts of feeling and thinking, this study draws... read more

John Keats remains one of the most familiar and beloved of English poets, but has received surprisingly little critical attention in recent years. This study is a fresh contribution to Keats criticism and Romantic scholarship, positioning Keats as a figure of philosophical interest who warrants renewed attention. Exploring Keats’s own Romantic accounts of feeling and thinking, this study draws... read more

Postcolonial Readings of Music in World Literature

Cameron Fae Bushnell

This book reads representations of Western music in literary texts to reveal the ways in which artifacts of imperial culture function within contemporary world literature. Bushnell argues that Western music’s conventions for performance, composition, and listening, established during the colonial period, persist in postcolonial thought and practice. Music from the Baroque, Classical, and Roman... read more

This book reads representations of Western music in literary texts to reveal the ways in which artifacts of imperial culture function within contemporary world literature. Bushnell argues that Western music’s conventions for performance, composition, and listening, established during the colonial period, persist in postcolonial thought and practice. Music from the Baroque, Classical, and Roman... read more

Friendship and Queer Theory in the Renaissance

John S. Garrison

In this volume, the author offers a substantial reconsideration of same-sex relations in the early modern period, and argues that early modern writers – rather than simply celebrating a classical friendship model based in dyadic exclusivity and a rejection of self-interest – sought to innovate on classical models for idealized friendship. This book redirects scholarly conversations regarding g... read more

In this volume, the author offers a substantial reconsideration of same-sex relations in the early modern period, and argues that early modern writers – rather than simply celebrating a classical friendship model based in dyadic exclusivity and a rejection of self-interest – sought to innovate on classical models for idealized friendship. This book redirects scholarly conversations regarding g... read more

Narrative Space and Time

Elana Gomel

Space is a central topic in cultural and narrative theory today, although in most cases theory assumes Newtonian absolute space. However, the idea of a universal homogeneous space is now obsolete. Black holes, multiple dimensions, quantum entanglement, and spatio-temporal distortions of relativity have passed into culture at large. This book examines whether narrative can be used to represent ... read more

Space is a central topic in cultural and narrative theory today, although in most cases theory assumes Newtonian absolute space. However, the idea of a universal homogeneous space is now obsolete. Black holes, multiple dimensions, quantum entanglement, and spatio-temporal distortions of relativity have passed into culture at large. This book examines whether narrative can be used to represent ... read more

Masculinity in Opera

Philip Purvis

This book addresses the ways in which masculinity is negotiated, constructed, represented, and problematized within operatic music and practice. Although the consideration of masculine ontology and epistemology has pervaded cultural and sociological studies since the late 1980s, and masculinity has been the focus of recent if sporadic musicological discussion, the relationship between masculin... read more

This book addresses the ways in which masculinity is negotiated, constructed, represented, and problematized within operatic music and practice. Although the consideration of masculine ontology and epistemology has pervaded cultural and sociological studies since the late 1980s, and masculinity has been the focus of recent if sporadic musicological discussion, the relationship between masculin... read more

Music, Travel, and Imperial Encounter in 19th-Century France

Ruth Rosenberg

This book considers the activities and writings of early song collectors and proto-ethnomusicologists, memoirists, and other "musical travelers" in 19th-century France. Each of the book’s discrete but interrelated chapters is devoted to a different geographic and discursive site of empire, examining French representations of musical encounters in North America, the Middle East, as well as in c... read more

This book considers the activities and writings of early song collectors and proto-ethnomusicologists, memoirists, and other "musical travelers" in 19th-century France. Each of the book’s discrete but interrelated chapters is devoted to a different geographic and discursive site of empire, examining French representations of musical encounters in North America, the Middle East, as well as in c... read more

Contrastivism in Philosophy

Martijn Blaauw

Contrastivism can be applied to a variety of problems within philosophy, and as such, it can be coherently seen as a unified movement. This volume brings together state-of-the-art research on the contrastive treatment of philosophical concepts and questions, including knowledge, belief, free will, moral luck, Bayesian confirmation theory, causation, and explanation.

Contrastivism can be applied to a variety of problems within philosophy, and as such, it can be coherently seen as a unified movement. This volume brings together state-of-the-art research on the contrastive treatment of philosophical concepts and questions, including knowledge, belief, free will, moral luck, Bayesian confirmation theory, causation, and explanation.

Morality, Self Knowledge and Human Suffering

Josep Corbí

In this wholly original study, Josep Corbi asks how one should relate to a certain kind of human suffering, namely, the harm that people cause one another. Relying upon real life examples of human suffering--including torture, genocide, and warfare--as opposed to thought experiments, Corbi proposes a novel approach to self-knowledge that runs counter to standard Kantian approaches to morality.

In this wholly original study, Josep Corbi asks how one should relate to a certain kind of human suffering, namely, the harm that people cause one another. Relying upon real life examples of human suffering--including torture, genocide, and warfare--as opposed to thought experiments, Corbi proposes a novel approach to self-knowledge that runs counter to standard Kantian approaches to morality.

Kuhn's The Structure of Scientific Revolutions Revisited

Vasso Kindi, Theodore Arabatzis

The year 2012 marks the 50th anniversary of the publication of Thomas S. Kuhn’s The Structure of Scientific Revolutions. Up until recently, the book’s philosophical reception has been shaped, for the most part, by the debates and the climate in philosophy of science in the 1960s and 1970s; this new collection of essays takes a renewed look at this work. This volume concentrates on particular i... read more

The year 2012 marks the 50th anniversary of the publication of Thomas S. Kuhn’s The Structure of Scientific Revolutions. Up until recently, the book’s philosophical reception has been shaped, for the most part, by the debates and the climate in philosophy of science in the 1960s and 1970s; this new collection of essays takes a renewed look at this work. This volume concentrates on particular i... read more

The Pittsburgh School of Philosophy

Chauncey Maher

In this volume, Maher contextualizes the work of a group of contemporary analytic philosophers—The Pittsburgh School—whose work is characterized by an interest in the history of philosophy and a commitment to normative functionalism, or the insight that to identify something as a manifestation of conceptual capacities is to place it in a space of norms. Wilfrid Sellars claimed that humans are ... read more

In this volume, Maher contextualizes the work of a group of contemporary analytic philosophers—The Pittsburgh School—whose work is characterized by an interest in the history of philosophy and a commitment to normative functionalism, or the insight that to identify something as a manifestation of conceptual capacities is to place it in a space of norms. Wilfrid Sellars claimed that humans are ... read more

Animal Ethics and Theology

Daniel Miller

In this book, Daniel K. Miller articulates a new vision of human and animal relationships based on the foundational love ethic within Christianity. Framed around Jesus’ parable of the Good Samaritan, Animal Ethics and Theology thoughtfully examines the shortcomings of utilitarian and rights-based approaches to animal ethics. By considering the question of animals within the Christian concept o... read more

In this book, Daniel K. Miller articulates a new vision of human and animal relationships based on the foundational love ethic within Christianity. Framed around Jesus’ parable of the Good Samaritan, Animal Ethics and Theology thoughtfully examines the shortcomings of utilitarian and rights-based approaches to animal ethics. By considering the question of animals within the Christian concept o... read more

The Unwritten Grotowski

Kris Salata

This book gives a new view on the legacy of Jerzy Grotowski (1933-1999), one of the central, and yet misunderstood, figures who shaped 20th-century theatre, focusing on his least known last phase of work on ancient songs and the craft of the performer. Salata posits Grotowski’s work as philosophical practice, and more particularly, as practical research in the phenomenology of being, arguing t... read more

This book gives a new view on the legacy of Jerzy Grotowski (1933-1999), one of the central, and yet misunderstood, figures who shaped 20th-century theatre, focusing on his least known last phase of work on ancient songs and the craft of the performer. Salata posits Grotowski’s work as philosophical practice, and more particularly, as practical research in the phenomenology of being, arguing t... read more

Exploring Magic Realism in Salman Rushdie's Fiction

Ursula Kluwick

Kluwick breaks new ground in this book, moving away from Rushdie studies that focus on his status as postcolonial or postmodern, and instead considering the significance of magic realism in his fiction. Rushdie’s magic realism, in fact, lies at the heart of his engagement with the post/colonial. In a departure from conventional descriptions of magic realism—based primarily on the Latin-America... read more

Kluwick breaks new ground in this book, moving away from Rushdie studies that focus on his status as postcolonial or postmodern, and instead considering the significance of magic realism in his fiction. Rushdie’s magic realism, in fact, lies at the heart of his engagement with the post/colonial. In a departure from conventional descriptions of magic realism—based primarily on the Latin-America... read more

The Postsecular Imagination

Manav Ratti

The Postsecular Imagination presents a rich, interdisciplinary study of postsecularism as an affirmational political possibility emerging through the potentials and limits of both secular and religious thought. While secularism and religion can foster inspiration and creativity, they also can be linked with violence, civil war, partition, majoritarianism, and communalism, especially within the... read more

The Postsecular Imagination presents a rich, interdisciplinary study of postsecularism as an affirmational political possibility emerging through the potentials and limits of both secular and religious thought. While secularism and religion can foster inspiration and creativity, they also can be linked with violence, civil war, partition, majoritarianism, and communalism, especially within the... read more

Sex and Death in Eighteenth-Century Literature

Jolene Zigarovich

This book discusses sex and death in the eighteenth-century, an era that among other forms produced the Gothic novel, commencing the prolific examination of the century’s shifting attitudes toward death and uncovering literary moments in which sexuality and death often conjoined. By bringing together various viewpoints and historical relations, the volume contributes to an emerging field of st... read more

This book discusses sex and death in the eighteenth-century, an era that among other forms produced the Gothic novel, commencing the prolific examination of the century’s shifting attitudes toward death and uncovering literary moments in which sexuality and death often conjoined. By bringing together various viewpoints and historical relations, the volume contributes to an emerging field of st... read more

Practicing Imperfection

Charles T. Dupree

To know life is to look at it honestly. Practicing Imperfection is a candid exploration of one person's move from being addicted to praise and perfection to becoming more comfortable in his own skin. Through humor and a healthy dose of sarcasm, Practicing Imperfection shares the journey of Episcopal priest Charles Dupree in developing a consistent, sustainable, meditation practice. Dupree desc... read more

To know life is to look at it honestly. Practicing Imperfection is a candid exploration of one person's move from being addicted to praise and perfection to becoming more comfortable in his own skin. Through humor and a healthy dose of sarcasm, Practicing Imperfection shares the journey of Episcopal priest Charles Dupree in developing a consistent, sustainable, meditation practice. Dupree desc... read more

Not Hitler's Child: Christa-Maria's (Extra)Ordinary Life, Early Childhood to 2000 (Christa-Maria's Memoirs)

Christa-Maria Beardsley

Not Hitler's Child traces the long, eventful arc of Christa-Maria Beardsley's life - from her childhood in Nazi Germany, where the war forced her family into a life of almost continual displacement, to her immigration to the United States and her two-decade tenure as a professor of German at Indiana University, a career marked by the author's pioneering efforts in the development of study-abro... read more

Not Hitler's Child traces the long, eventful arc of Christa-Maria Beardsley's life - from her childhood in Nazi Germany, where the war forced her family into a life of almost continual displacement, to her immigration to the United States and her two-decade tenure as a professor of German at Indiana University, a career marked by the author's pioneering efforts in the development of study-abro... read more

Fireball Lily: Christa-Maria's (Extra)Ordinary Travels, 2000-2014 (Christa-Maria's Memoirs)

Christa-Maria Beardsley

Fireball Lily offers a vivid, firsthand account of Christa-Maria Beardsley's wide-ranging global travels, an endeavor she pursued energetically for a full fifteen years after her retirement from academia. From the Buddhist monasteries of Thailand and Japan and the imposing grandeur of Victoria, Niagara, and Iguazú Falls to the moai of Easter Island, the North Pole's otherworldly beauty, and th... read more

Fireball Lily offers a vivid, firsthand account of Christa-Maria Beardsley's wide-ranging global travels, an endeavor she pursued energetically for a full fifteen years after her retirement from academia. From the Buddhist monasteries of Thailand and Japan and the imposing grandeur of Victoria, Niagara, and Iguazú Falls to the moai of Easter Island, the North Pole's otherworldly beauty, and th... read more

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