This is not a copy: writing at the Iterative Turn

Marczewska, K. 2018. This is not a copy: writing at the Iterative Turn. London Bloomsbury Academic.

TitleThis is not a copy: writing at the Iterative Turn
AuthorsMarczewska, K.
Year2018
PublisherBloomsbury Academic
Publication dates
Published22 Feb 2018
Place of publicationLondon
ISBN9781501337833

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