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Genre and Interpretation

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Genre and Interpretation. / Auken, Sune.

Genre and .... red. / Sune Auken; Palle Schantz Lauridsen; Anders Juhl Rasmussen. København : Ekbatana, 2015. s. 154-183 (Copenhagen Studies in Genre, Bind 2).

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

Harvard

Auken, S 2015, Genre and Interpretation. i S Auken, PS Lauridsen & AJ Rasmussen (red), Genre and .... Ekbatana, København, Copenhagen Studies in Genre, bind 2, s. 154-183.

APA

Auken, S. (2015). Genre and Interpretation. I S. Auken, P. S. Lauridsen, & A. J. Rasmussen (red.), Genre and ... (s. 154-183). København: Ekbatana. Copenhagen Studies in Genre, Bind. 2

Vancouver

Auken S. Genre and Interpretation. I Auken S, Lauridsen PS, Rasmussen AJ, red., Genre and .... København: Ekbatana. 2015. s. 154-183. (Copenhagen Studies in Genre, Bind 2).

Author

Auken, Sune. / Genre and Interpretation. Genre and .... red. / Sune Auken ; Palle Schantz Lauridsen ; Anders Juhl Rasmussen. København : Ekbatana, 2015. s. 154-183 (Copenhagen Studies in Genre, Bind 2).

Bibtex

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