Developing a Connective Feminine Discourse: Drusilla Modjeska on Women’s Lives, Love and Art

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Developing a Connective Feminine Discourse : Drusilla Modjeska on Women’s Lives, Love and Art. / Rahbek, Ulla.

I: Coolabah, Bind 16, Nr. March, 03.2015, s. 101-11.

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Rahbek, U 2015, 'Developing a Connective Feminine Discourse: Drusilla Modjeska on Women’s Lives, Love and Art', Coolabah, bind 16, nr. March, s. 101-11.

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Rahbek, U. (2015). Developing a Connective Feminine Discourse: Drusilla Modjeska on Women’s Lives, Love and Art. Coolabah, 16(March), 101-11.

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Rahbek U. Developing a Connective Feminine Discourse: Drusilla Modjeska on Women’s Lives, Love and Art. Coolabah. 2015 mar;16(March):101-11.

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Rahbek, Ulla. / Developing a Connective Feminine Discourse : Drusilla Modjeska on Women’s Lives, Love and Art. I: Coolabah. 2015 ; Bind 16, Nr. March. s. 101-11.

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