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Den historiske avantgarde som ørefigen til filologien og som udfordring til litteraturhistorien

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Den historiske avantgarde som ørefigen til filologien og som udfordring til litteraturhistorien. / Jelsbak, Torben.

Studier i Nordisk: 2008-2009. Selskab for Nordisk Filologi, 2011. s. 73-111.

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapportBidrag til bog/antologiForskningfagfællebedømt

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Jelsbak, T 2011, Den historiske avantgarde som ørefigen til filologien og som udfordring til litteraturhistorien. i Studier i Nordisk: 2008-2009. Selskab for Nordisk Filologi, s. 73-111.

APA

Jelsbak, T. (2011). Den historiske avantgarde som ørefigen til filologien og som udfordring til litteraturhistorien. I Studier i Nordisk: 2008-2009 (s. 73-111). Selskab for Nordisk Filologi.

Vancouver

Jelsbak T. Den historiske avantgarde som ørefigen til filologien og som udfordring til litteraturhistorien. I Studier i Nordisk: 2008-2009. Selskab for Nordisk Filologi. 2011. s. 73-111

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Jelsbak, Torben. / Den historiske avantgarde som ørefigen til filologien og som udfordring til litteraturhistorien. Studier i Nordisk: 2008-2009. Selskab for Nordisk Filologi, 2011. s. 73-111

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