Series: Puntkomma-reeks Literatuur en Kommunikatie

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Mensen van papier over personages in de literatuur by Mieke Bal1
Tijdsaspecten in de roman volgorde, duur, herhaling by Gérard Genette2
Realisme : de illusie van werkelijkheid in literatuur by Mineke Schipper3
Tanka, haiku, senryū : inleiding tot de Japanse poëzie by Karel Hellemans6
Het oor wil ook wat : over mondelinge literatuur by Rosa Knorringa7
Waar gebeurd en toch gelogen : over fictie en niet-fictie by Aart van Zoest8
De Januskop van Oedipus over literatuur en psychoanalyse by Han Verhoeff9
De boekenpoeper : over het groteske in de literatuur by Maarten van Buuren11
Roland Barthes existentialisme, semiotiek, psychoanalyse by Henk Hillenaar12
Er staat meer dan er staat : tekst, kennis en leesbaarheid by Philippe Hamon13
Narcissus en zijn spiegelbeeld : het moderne ik-verhaal by Ulla Musarra14

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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