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Prospero's Books and Peter Greenaway's presentation of the Shakespearean stage of The Tempest as an inner textual space: the desacralisation of a Utopian island.

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Stalpaert, Christel. “Prospero’s Books and Peter Greenaway's Presentation of the Shakespearean Stage of The Tempest as an Inner Textual Space: The Desacralisation of a Utopian Island.” To Think the Other : Images, Stereotypes, Crisis. Sofia University Press – Kralica Mab, 2000. 312–325. Print.
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Stalpaert, C. (2000). Prospero’s Books and Peter Greenaway's presentation of the Shakespearean stage of The Tempest as an inner textual space: the desacralisation of a Utopian island. To think the other : images, stereotypes, crisis (pp. 312–325). Sofia University Press – Kralica Mab.
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Stalpaert, Christel. 2000. “Prospero’s Books and Peter Greenaway's Presentation of the Shakespearean Stage of The Tempest as an Inner Textual Space: The Desacralisation of a Utopian Island.” In To Think the Other : Images, Stereotypes, Crisis, 312–325. Sofia University Press – Kralica Mab.
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Stalpaert, Christel. 2000. “Prospero’s Books and Peter Greenaway's Presentation of the Shakespearean Stage of The Tempest as an Inner Textual Space: The Desacralisation of a Utopian Island.” In To Think the Other : Images, Stereotypes, Crisis, 312–325. Sofia University Press – Kralica Mab.
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Stalpaert C. Prospero’s Books and Peter Greenaway's presentation of the Shakespearean stage of The Tempest as an inner textual space: the desacralisation of a Utopian island. To think the other : images, stereotypes, crisis. Sofia University Press – Kralica Mab; 2000. p. 312–25.
IEEE
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C. Stalpaert, “Prospero’s Books and Peter Greenaway’s presentation of the Shakespearean stage of The Tempest as an inner textual space: the desacralisation of a Utopian island.,” in To think the other : images, stereotypes, crisis, Sofia University Press – Kralica Mab, 2000, pp. 312–325.
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  publisher    = {{Sofia University Press – Kralica Mab}},
  title        = {{Prospero's Books and Peter Greenaway's presentation of the Shakespearean stage of The Tempest as an inner textual space: the desacralisation of a Utopian island.}},
  year         = {{2000}},
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