The Birth of a Beach Worm. The beach as a catalyst for painful memories and reflections on motherhood in Elena Ferrante’s The Lost Daughter.

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The Birth of a Beach Worm. The beach as a catalyst for painful memories and reflections on motherhood in Elena Ferrante’s The Lost Daughter. . / Lausten, Pia Schwarz.

The literary Beach. Space, place, topos. . red. / Carsten Meiner. 2022.

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapportBidrag til bog/antologiForskningfagfællebedømt

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Lausten, PS 2022, The Birth of a Beach Worm. The beach as a catalyst for painful memories and reflections on motherhood in Elena Ferrante’s The Lost Daughter. . i C Meiner (red.), The literary Beach. Space, place, topos. .

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Lausten, P. S. (2022). The Birth of a Beach Worm. The beach as a catalyst for painful memories and reflections on motherhood in Elena Ferrante’s The Lost Daughter. . Manuskript afsendt til publicering. I C. Meiner (red.), The literary Beach. Space, place, topos.

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Lausten PS. The Birth of a Beach Worm. The beach as a catalyst for painful memories and reflections on motherhood in Elena Ferrante’s The Lost Daughter. . I Meiner C, red., The literary Beach. Space, place, topos. . 2022

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Lausten, Pia Schwarz. / The Birth of a Beach Worm. The beach as a catalyst for painful memories and reflections on motherhood in Elena Ferrante’s The Lost Daughter. . The literary Beach. Space, place, topos. . red. / Carsten Meiner. 2022.

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