Senklassicistisk omgang med tekster: Om åbenbare og skjulte citater i Jens Baggesens Labyrinten

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Senklassicistisk omgang med tekster : Om åbenbare og skjulte citater i Jens Baggesens Labyrinten. / Blicher, Henrik.

I: European Journal of Scandinavian Studies, Bind 44, Nr. 2, 2014, s. 270-285.

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Blicher, H 2014, 'Senklassicistisk omgang med tekster: Om åbenbare og skjulte citater i Jens Baggesens Labyrinten', European Journal of Scandinavian Studies, bind 44, nr. 2, s. 270-285.

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Blicher, H. (2014). Senklassicistisk omgang med tekster: Om åbenbare og skjulte citater i Jens Baggesens Labyrinten. European Journal of Scandinavian Studies, 44(2), 270-285.

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Blicher H. Senklassicistisk omgang med tekster: Om åbenbare og skjulte citater i Jens Baggesens Labyrinten. European Journal of Scandinavian Studies. 2014;44(2):270-285.

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Blicher, Henrik. / Senklassicistisk omgang med tekster : Om åbenbare og skjulte citater i Jens Baggesens Labyrinten. I: European Journal of Scandinavian Studies. 2014 ; Bind 44, Nr. 2. s. 270-285.

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