Thomas Mann and Shakespeare: something rich and strange

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Thomas Mann and Shakespeare : something rich and strange . / Fernie, Ewan (Editor); Doering, Tobias (Editor).

Bloomsbury Academic, 2015. (New directions in German studies).

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Harvard

Fernie, E & Doering, T (eds) 2015, Thomas Mann and Shakespeare: something rich and strange . New directions in German studies, Bloomsbury Academic.

APA

Fernie, E., & Doering, T. (Eds.) (2015). Thomas Mann and Shakespeare: something rich and strange . (New directions in German studies). Bloomsbury Academic.

Vancouver

Fernie E, (ed.), Doering T, (ed.). Thomas Mann and Shakespeare: something rich and strange . Bloomsbury Academic, 2015. (New directions in German studies).

Author

Fernie, Ewan (Editor) ; Doering, Tobias (Editor). / Thomas Mann and Shakespeare : something rich and strange . Bloomsbury Academic, 2015. (New directions in German studies).

Bibtex

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