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Konstantin Bal’mont’s Oxford lectures on Russian fin de siècle poetry: publication, introduction and comments

Eric Metz (2009) Slavonic & East European Review. 87(1). p.78-99
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author
organization
year
type
misc (bookReview)
publication status
published
subject
keyword
Poetry, Russian Symbolism, Konstantin Bal'mont
in
Slavonic & East European Review
Slav. East Eur. rev.
volume
87
issue
1
pages
22 pages
publisher
University of London
place of publication
London, UK
ISSN
0037-6795
language
English
UGent publication?
yes
classification
V
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1189333
handle
http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-1189333
date created
2011-03-15 21:39:44
date last changed
2017-01-02 09:57:25
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  pages        = {78--99},
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  series       = {Slavonic \& East European Review},
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Chicago
Metz, Eric. 2009. “Konstantin Bal’mont's Oxford Lectures on Russian Fin De Siècle Poetry: Publication, Introduction and Comments.” Slavonic & East European Review. London, UK: University of London.
APA
Metz, E. (2009). Konstantin Bal’mont's Oxford lectures on Russian fin de siècle poetry: publication, introduction and comments. Slavonic & East European Review. London, UK: University of London.
Vancouver
1.
Metz E. Konstantin Bal’mont's Oxford lectures on Russian fin de siècle poetry: publication, introduction and comments. Slavonic & East European Review. London, UK: University of London; 2009. p. 78–99.
MLA
Metz, Eric. “Konstantin Bal’mont's Oxford Lectures on Russian Fin De Siècle Poetry: Publication, Introduction and Comments.” Slavonic & East European Review 2009 : 78–99. Print.