New Places: Shakespeare and Civic Creativity

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New Places : Shakespeare and Civic Creativity. / Fernie, Ewan (Editor); Edmondson, Paul (Editor).

Bloomsbury Academic, 2018. 292 p.

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Harvard

Fernie, E & Edmondson, P (eds) 2018, New Places: Shakespeare and Civic Creativity. Bloomsbury Academic.

APA

Fernie, E., & Edmondson, P. (Eds.) (2018). New Places: Shakespeare and Civic Creativity. Bloomsbury Academic.

Vancouver

Fernie E, (ed.), Edmondson P, (ed.). New Places: Shakespeare and Civic Creativity. Bloomsbury Academic, 2018. 292 p.

Author

Fernie, Ewan (Editor) ; Edmondson, Paul (Editor). / New Places : Shakespeare and Civic Creativity. Bloomsbury Academic, 2018. 292 p.

Bibtex

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