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Utopiske udtryksformer : analyse af de utopiske strømninger i kvindeoffentligheden belyst gennem romanen syv sind af Bente Clod og kvindehøjskolen

Author: Kirsten Ladekjae Andersen
Publisher: Odense : Odense Universitets Trykkeri, [1983]
Series: Skrifter fra Nordisk institut, Odense universitet, v. 18.
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Named Person: Bente Clod; Bente Clod
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kirsten Ladekjae Andersen
OCLC Number: 314549128
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Description: 255 p. ; 21 cm.
Series Title: Skrifter fra Nordisk institut, Odense universitet, v. 18.
Responsibility: Kirsten Ladekjaer Andersen, Hanne-Grete Lund [and] Britta Linnee Pedersen.

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