Animate, inanimate and beyond in Švankmajer's Faust (1994)

Author: Pontieri, Laura
Source document: Theatralia. 2019, vol. 22, iss. 2, Supplementum, pp. 83-95
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83-95
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    1803-845X (print)
    2336-4548 (online)
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