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ECKARDT, Regine, 2015. Speakers and Narrators. In: BIRKE, Dorothee, ed., Tilmann KÖPPE, ed.. Author and Narrator : Transdisciplinary Contributions to a Narratological Debate. Berlin:De Gruyter, pp. 153-186. ISBN 978-3-11-034836-1

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