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Narkowicz, K. 2020. Maria Janion. Global Social Theory.
TitleMaria Janion
AuthorsNarkowicz, K.
Abstract

Can a story about slavdom and about Poland be told from a postcolonial critique? (Janion 2006:10)

LanguageEnglish
Journal or PublicationGlobal Social Theory
Publisher or commissioning bodyGlobal Social Theory
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Online15 Sep 2020
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Deposited23 Apr 2021
Accepted15 Sep 2020
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