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'Media': 'Some Aphorisms Disguised as Maxims' & Desiring and Denying Communication: Media in "The Husband’s Message".'

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'Media' : 'Some Aphorisms Disguised as Maxims' & Desiring and Denying Communication: Media in "The Husband’s Message".' . / Foys, Martin.

A Handbook to Anglo-Saxon Studies : Critical Theory Handbooks. ed. / Jacqueline Stodnick; Renée Trilling . Oxford : WILEY-BLACKWELL, 2012. p. 133-148.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Harvard

Foys, M 2012, 'Media': 'Some Aphorisms Disguised as Maxims' & Desiring and Denying Communication: Media in "The Husband’s Message".' . in J Stodnick & R Trilling (eds), A Handbook to Anglo-Saxon Studies : Critical Theory Handbooks. WILEY-BLACKWELL, Oxford, pp. 133-148.

APA

Foys, M. (2012). 'Media': 'Some Aphorisms Disguised as Maxims' & Desiring and Denying Communication: Media in "The Husband’s Message".' . In J. Stodnick, & R. Trilling (Eds.), A Handbook to Anglo-Saxon Studies : Critical Theory Handbooks (pp. 133-148). WILEY-BLACKWELL.

Vancouver

Foys M. 'Media': 'Some Aphorisms Disguised as Maxims' & Desiring and Denying Communication: Media in "The Husband’s Message".' . In Stodnick J, Trilling R, editors, A Handbook to Anglo-Saxon Studies : Critical Theory Handbooks. Oxford: WILEY-BLACKWELL. 2012. p. 133-148

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Foys, Martin. / 'Media' : 'Some Aphorisms Disguised as Maxims' & Desiring and Denying Communication: Media in "The Husband’s Message".' . A Handbook to Anglo-Saxon Studies : Critical Theory Handbooks. editor / Jacqueline Stodnick ; Renée Trilling . Oxford : WILEY-BLACKWELL, 2012. pp. 133-148

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