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Transnational Russian Studies. / Doak, Connor (Editor); Byford, Andy (Editor); Hutchings, Stephen (Editor).

Liverpool, England : Liverpool University Press, 2019. (Transnational Modern Languages).

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Harvard

Doak, C, Byford, A & Hutchings, S (eds) 2019, Transnational Russian Studies. Transnational Modern Languages, Liverpool University Press, Liverpool, England.

APA

Doak, C., Byford, A., & Hutchings, S. (Eds.) (2019). Transnational Russian Studies. (Transnational Modern Languages). Liverpool, England: Liverpool University Press.

Vancouver

Doak C, (ed.), Byford A, (ed.), Hutchings S, (ed.). Transnational Russian Studies. Liverpool, England: Liverpool University Press, 2019. (Transnational Modern Languages).

Author

Doak, Connor (Editor) ; Byford, Andy (Editor) ; Hutchings, Stephen (Editor). / Transnational Russian Studies. Liverpool, England : Liverpool University Press, 2019. (Transnational Modern Languages).

Bibtex

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