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Tied to the handle of a shopping cart: the representation of Manhattan's Spatiality in 'blank fiction' novels

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Lievens, Jeroen. 2002. “Tied to the Handle of a Shopping Cart: The Representation of Manhattan’s Spatiality in ‘Blank Fiction’ Novels.” Bell. Belgian Essays on Language and Literature: 93–107.
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Lievens, Jeroen. (2002). Tied to the handle of a shopping cart: the representation of Manhattan’s Spatiality in “blank fiction” novels. BELL. BELGIAN ESSAYS ON LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE, 93–107.
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Lievens J. Tied to the handle of a shopping cart: the representation of Manhattan’s Spatiality in “blank fiction” novels. BELL. BELGIAN ESSAYS ON LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE. 2002;93–107.
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Lievens, Jeroen. “Tied to the Handle of a Shopping Cart: The Representation of Manhattan’s Spatiality in ‘Blank Fiction’ Novels.” BELL. BELGIAN ESSAYS ON LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE (2002): 93–107. Print.
@article{158792,
  author       = {Lievens, Jeroen},
  issn         = {1376-2958},
  journal      = {BELL. BELGIAN ESSAYS ON LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {93--107},
  title        = {Tied to the handle of a shopping cart: the representation of Manhattan's Spatiality in 'blank fiction' novels},
  year         = {2002},
}