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Twin Peaks: David Lynch and the serial-thriller soap

Williams, Linda Ruth (2005) Twin Peaks: David Lynch and the serial-thriller soap In, Hammond, Michael and Mazdon, Lucy (eds.) The Contemporary Television Series. Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press pp. 37-56.

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Published date: 2005


Local EPrints ID: 28875
ISBN: 0748619003
PURE UUID: 1a4c1a0e-51ad-4697-abd5-4e077b67670e

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Date deposited: 08 May 2006
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 15:59

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Editor: Michael Hammond
Editor: Lucy Mazdon

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