‘Still, Short, Cut: The early films of Sonia Liza Kenterman’

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‘Still, Short, Cut: The early films of Sonia Liza Kenterman’. / Lock, Charles.

Retelling the Past in Contemporary Greek Literature, Film, and Popular Culture . red. / Gerasimus Katzan; Trine Stauning Willert. London : Lexington Books, 2019. s. 219-227.

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Lock, C 2019, ‘Still, Short, Cut: The early films of Sonia Liza Kenterman’. i G Katzan & T Stauning Willert (red), Retelling the Past in Contemporary Greek Literature, Film, and Popular Culture . Lexington Books, London, s. 219-227.

APA

Lock, C. (2019). ‘Still, Short, Cut: The early films of Sonia Liza Kenterman’. I G. Katzan, & T. Stauning Willert (red.), Retelling the Past in Contemporary Greek Literature, Film, and Popular Culture (s. 219-227). London: Lexington Books.

Vancouver

Lock C. ‘Still, Short, Cut: The early films of Sonia Liza Kenterman’. I Katzan G, Stauning Willert T, red., Retelling the Past in Contemporary Greek Literature, Film, and Popular Culture . London: Lexington Books. 2019. s. 219-227

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Lock, Charles. / ‘Still, Short, Cut: The early films of Sonia Liza Kenterman’. Retelling the Past in Contemporary Greek Literature, Film, and Popular Culture . red. / Gerasimus Katzan ; Trine Stauning Willert. London : Lexington Books, 2019. s. 219-227

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