The Dead-End End-Note

The new Penguin Classics edition of Anti-Oedipus is in fact a literal facsimile of the University of Minnesota edition.

This means I am no closer to uncovering a mystery plaguing me for many years.

In this text, on page 277, in the section "Introduction to Schizoanalysis", there is a quote given at the end of the leading paragraph:

"I may take flight, but all the while I am fleeing, I will be looking for a weapon!"

There is an endnote reference. It is marked #5.

In the endnotes this number appears in the usual order, after #4 and before #6.

But there is no text. The note is completely blank.

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