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I have a copy of a declaration and abstract that I would like to get the full text on. I am not sure where I got this originally - it may have

I have a copy of a declaration and abstract that I would like to get the full text on. I am not sure where I got this originally - it may have been from Google Scholar. I will give you the information that I have and hopefully you can help locate the full article.
Deadly Funny: The Subversion of Clowning in the Killer Clown Genre by Liezel Spratley - Thesis presented in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts at Stellenbosch University. Department of Drama, Faculty of Arts, Supervisor: Professor Edwin Hees, Date: March 2009; Copyright circa 2008 Stellenbosch University - All rights reserved. In text citations include 'Audience' in the context of this study includes the film viewer or literature reader, and the clowns' victim(s) in the fictional narratives. Noel Carroll's Philosophy of Horror (1990) and Mikhail Bakhtin' Rabelais' World (1984)
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Hi, Carol.  What you are looking for was published in a scholarly repository and is available openly on the web.  Google your title and author or copy and paste this link here: http://scholar.sun.ac.za/handle/10019.1/2004

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