Series: Sekundärliterarische Reihe EDFC: Materialien zur phantastischen Literatur

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Spielwelten zwischen Wunschbild und Warnbild. Utopische und antiutopische Elemente in der Science Fiction der DDR. Schriftenreihe Band 19 by Karsten Kruschel019
Parasitäre Diskurse. Technische Phantasie und soziale Wirklichkeit. Schriftenreihe Band 21 by Manfred Bruckner021
Arthur Machens phantastischer Raum. Raum und Stimmung als Grundlage phantastischen Erzählens. Schriftenreihe Band 36 by Lena Klassen036
DER BLICK AUS DEM AUGENWINKEL von Alexander Klotz - Narrative Strukturen der phantastischen Literatur und ihre Umsetzung im Horrorfilm - Erster Deutscher Fantasyclub by Alexander Klotz067

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