4 edition of Fin(s) de Siecle in Scandinavian perspective found in the catalog.
Text in English, with quotations in various Scandinavian languages and French.
|Statement||edited by Faith Ingwersenand Mary Kay Norseng ; with the collaboration of Mary Eaton, Niels Ingwersen and Kim Nilsson.|
|Series||Studies in Scandinavian literature and culture|
|Contributions||Norseng, Mary Kay., Eaton, Mary., Ingwersen, Niels., Nilsson, Kim.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||245|
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