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Sinclair's Poetics: from Lud Heat and Suicide Bridge to Saddling the Rabbit

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Sinclair's Poetics : from Lud Heat and Suicide Bridge to Saddling the Rabbit. / Baker, Brian.

City Visions: the work of Iain Sinclair. Cambridge : Cambridge Scholars, 2007. p. 120-133.

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Baker, B 2007, Sinclair's Poetics: from Lud Heat and Suicide Bridge to Saddling the Rabbit. in City Visions: the work of Iain Sinclair. Cambridge Scholars, Cambridge, pp. 120-133.

APA

Baker, B. (2007). Sinclair's Poetics: from Lud Heat and Suicide Bridge to Saddling the Rabbit. In City Visions: the work of Iain Sinclair (pp. 120-133). Cambridge Scholars.

Vancouver

Baker B. Sinclair's Poetics: from Lud Heat and Suicide Bridge to Saddling the Rabbit. In City Visions: the work of Iain Sinclair. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars. 2007. p. 120-133

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Baker, Brian. / Sinclair's Poetics : from Lud Heat and Suicide Bridge to Saddling the Rabbit. City Visions: the work of Iain Sinclair. Cambridge : Cambridge Scholars, 2007. pp. 120-133

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