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Dimissing the polar twins: narrtive constructions of emotions in contemporary Scottish novels
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Dismissing the polar twins; narrative constructions of emotions in contemporary Scottish novels. Eilers, Claudia. Universitatsverlag Winter pages $ Hardcover Anglistische Forschungen; Bd PR Get this from a library. Dismissing the polar twins: narrative constructions of emotions in contemporary Scottish novels.
[Claudia Eilers]. Dismissing the polar twins. Narrative constructions of emotions in contemporary Scottish novels. (= Anglistische Forschungen.
Volume ). by Claudia: Eilers Hardcover, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / Dismissing the Polar Twins: Narrative Constructions of Emotions in Contemporary Scottish Novels von Eilers, Claudia und eine große Auswahl ähnlicher Bücher, Kunst und Sammlerstücke erhältlich auf Dismissing the polar twins.
Narrative constructions of emotions in contemporary Scottish novels. by Claudia: Eilers Hardcover, Pages, Published by Universitatsverlag C.
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