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A Theological Turn? French Postmodern Dance and Herman Diephuis’ D’après J C

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A Theological Turn? French Postmodern Dance and Herman Diephuis’ D’après J C. / Stewart, Nigel.

Contemporary French Theatre and Performance. ed. / Carl Lavery; Clare Finburgh. Basingstoke : Palgrave, 2011. p. 200-212.

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Harvard

Stewart, N 2011, A Theological Turn? French Postmodern Dance and Herman Diephuis’ D’après J C. in C Lavery & C Finburgh (eds), Contemporary French Theatre and Performance. Palgrave, Basingstoke, pp. 200-212.

APA

Stewart, N. (2011). A Theological Turn? French Postmodern Dance and Herman Diephuis’ D’après J C. In C. Lavery, & C. Finburgh (Eds.), Contemporary French Theatre and Performance (pp. 200-212). Palgrave.

Vancouver

Stewart N. A Theological Turn? French Postmodern Dance and Herman Diephuis’ D’après J C. In Lavery C, Finburgh C, editors, Contemporary French Theatre and Performance. Basingstoke: Palgrave. 2011. p. 200-212

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Stewart, Nigel. / A Theological Turn? French Postmodern Dance and Herman Diephuis’ D’après J C. Contemporary French Theatre and Performance. editor / Carl Lavery ; Clare Finburgh. Basingstoke : Palgrave, 2011. pp. 200-212

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