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Title: Dlaczego nowoczesna teoria literatury narodziła się w Europie Środkowej i Wschodniej? (I dlaczego dziś jest martwa?)

Creator:

Tihanov, Galin ; Adamiak, Marcin. Tł.

Date issued/created:

2007

Resource Type:

Article

Subtitle:

Teksty Drugie Nr 4 (2007)

Publisher:

IBL PAN

Place of publishing:

Warszawa

Description:

21 cm ; Tekst pol., streszcz. ang.

References:

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Teksty Drugie

Issue:

4

Start page:

131

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152

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pol

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