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Konzeptionen der psychischen Krankheit im Film : ein Beitrag zur "strukturalen Lerngeschichte"

Author: Hans Jürgen Wulff
Publisher: Münster : MAkS Publikationen, 1985.
Series: Studien zur Populärkultur, Bd. 2.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hans Jürgen Wulff
ISBN: 3888114020 9783888114021
OCLC Number: 26139562
Description: 219 p. ; 21 cm.
Series Title: Studien zur Populärkultur, Bd. 2.
Responsibility: Hans Jürgen Wulff.

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