Love in Paramyth: On Rilke's Figuration of the Orpheus Myth

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Love in Paramyth : On Rilke's Figuration of the Orpheus Myth. / Jamme, Christoph.

Rilke's SONNETS TO ORPHEUS: PHILOSOPHICAL AND CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES. Hrsg. / Hannah Vandegrift Eldridge; Luke Fischer. Band 1 1. Aufl. Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2019. S. 178-193 6.

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Jamme, C 2019, Love in Paramyth: On Rilke's Figuration of the Orpheus Myth. in H Vandegrift Eldridge & L Fischer (Hrsg.), Rilke's SONNETS TO ORPHEUS: PHILOSOPHICAL AND CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES. 1 Aufl., Bd. 1, 6., Oxford University Press, Oxford, S. 178-193. https://doi.org/10.1093/oso/9780190685416.003.0006

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Jamme, C. (2019). Love in Paramyth: On Rilke's Figuration of the Orpheus Myth. in H. Vandegrift Eldridge, & L. Fischer (Hrsg.), Rilke's SONNETS TO ORPHEUS: PHILOSOPHICAL AND CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES (1 Aufl., Band 1, S. 178-193). [6.] Oxford University Press. https://doi.org/10.1093/oso/9780190685416.003.0006

Vancouver

Jamme C. Love in Paramyth: On Rilke's Figuration of the Orpheus Myth. in Vandegrift Eldridge H, Fischer L, Hrsg., Rilke's SONNETS TO ORPHEUS: PHILOSOPHICAL AND CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES. 1 Aufl. Band 1. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2019. S. 178-193. 6. https://doi.org/10.1093/oso/9780190685416.003.0006

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