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The contested space of the aesthetic realm in the 17th century church of England

(2013) GEMCA PAPERS IN PROGRESS. 2(1). p.110-135
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architecture, England, 17th-century

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Morel, Anne-Françoise. 2013. “The Contested Space of the Aesthetic Realm in the 17th Century Church of England.” Ed. Nathalie Hancisse and Maxime Perret. Gemca Papers in Progress 2 (1): 110–135.
APA
Morel, A.-F. (2013). The contested space of the aesthetic realm in the 17th century church of England. (N. Hancisse & M. Perret, Eds.)GEMCA PAPERS IN PROGRESS, 2(1), 110–135.
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Morel A-F. The contested space of the aesthetic realm in the 17th century church of England. Hancisse N, Perret M, editors. GEMCA PAPERS IN PROGRESS. GEMCA; 2013;2(1):110–35.
MLA
Morel, Anne-Françoise. “The Contested Space of the Aesthetic Realm in the 17th Century Church of England.” Ed. Nathalie Hancisse & Maxime Perret. GEMCA PAPERS IN PROGRESS 2.1 (2013): 110–135. Print.
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  language     = {eng},
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  title        = {The contested space of the aesthetic realm in the 17th century church of England},
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