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Deutsch-österreichische Visitengroteske in "Goethe schtirbt" von Thomas Bernhard

Deutsch-österreichische Visitengroteske in "Goethe schtirbt" von Thomas Bernhard

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TIMOFTE, Alina, 2016. Deutsch-österreichische Visitengroteske in "Goethe schtirbt" von Thomas Bernhard. In: Limbus : Australisches Jahrbuch für germanistische Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft = Australian yearbook of German literary and cultural studies. 9, pp. 157-170. ISSN 1869-1021

@article{Timofte2016Deuts-35689, title={Deutsch-österreichische Visitengroteske in "Goethe schtirbt" von Thomas Bernhard}, year={2016}, volume={9}, issn={1869-1021}, journal={Limbus : Australisches Jahrbuch für germanistische Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft = Australian yearbook of German literary and cultural studies}, pages={157--170}, author={Timofte, Alina} }

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