The Fine Art of Writing a Will: Jens Baggesen’s Adaptation of Don Quijote in The Labyrinth

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The Fine Art of Writing a Will : Jens Baggesen’s Adaptation of Don Quijote in The Labyrinth. / Blicher, Henrik.

I: Gaceta de Estudios del Siglo XVIII, Bind 3, 18.10.2015, s. 32-41.

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Blicher, H 2015, 'The Fine Art of Writing a Will: Jens Baggesen’s Adaptation of Don Quijote in The Labyrinth', Gaceta de Estudios del Siglo XVIII, bind 3, s. 32-41. <http://campus.usal.es/~gesxviii/?download=Gacetan3-2015>

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Blicher, H. (2015). The Fine Art of Writing a Will: Jens Baggesen’s Adaptation of Don Quijote in The Labyrinth. Gaceta de Estudios del Siglo XVIII, 3, 32-41. http://campus.usal.es/~gesxviii/?download=Gacetan3-2015

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Blicher H. The Fine Art of Writing a Will: Jens Baggesen’s Adaptation of Don Quijote in The Labyrinth. Gaceta de Estudios del Siglo XVIII. 2015 okt 18;3:32-41.

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Blicher, Henrik. / The Fine Art of Writing a Will : Jens Baggesen’s Adaptation of Don Quijote in The Labyrinth. I: Gaceta de Estudios del Siglo XVIII. 2015 ; Bind 3. s. 32-41.

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