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Le role du cochon dans 'La Tentation': animal fantastique, mise en abyme, ou adynaton classique?

Le role du cochon dans 'La Tentation': animal fantastique, mise en abyme, ou adynaton classique?
Le role du cochon dans 'La Tentation': animal fantastique, mise en abyme, ou adynaton classique?
flaubert gustave, french literature, history of Religion, philosophy of religion
978-3-11-029479-8
151-164
Walter De Gruyter
Orr, Mary
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de Biasi, Pierre-Marc
Herschberg Pierrot, Anne
Vinken, Barbara
Orr, Mary
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de Biasi, Pierre-Marc
Herschberg Pierrot, Anne
Vinken, Barbara

Orr, Mary (2014) Le role du cochon dans 'La Tentation': animal fantastique, mise en abyme, ou adynaton classique? In, de Biasi, Pierre-Marc, Herschberg Pierrot, Anne and Vinken, Barbara (eds.) Voir, Croire, Savoir: Les Epistemologies de la Creation chez Gustave Flaubert. Berlin, DE. Walter De Gruyter, pp. 151-164.

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Published date: December 2014
Keywords: flaubert gustave, french literature, history of Religion, philosophy of religion
Organisations: Modern Languages

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Local EPrints ID: 372923
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/372923
ISBN: 978-3-11-029479-8
PURE UUID: 3b4bdeac-c770-437f-bed0-7992c2cc9ec7

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Last modified: 08 Apr 2019 16:32

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Author: Mary Orr
Editor: Pierre-Marc de Biasi
Editor: Anne Herschberg Pierrot
Editor: Barbara Vinken

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