Title: Kopiując śmierć. Patologiczne przestrzenie biura w „Kopiście Bartlebym” Hermana Melville’a i „Dziwaku” Elizy Orzeszkowej


Ozimek, Szymon

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Wiek XIX Rok IV (XLVI) 2011


Zarząd Główny Towarzystwa Literackiego im. Adama Mickiewicza ; Instytut Badań Literackich

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