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The Tyranny of Writing: Ideologies of the Written Word Constanze Weth and Kasper Juffermans (eds) (2018)

Issue: Vol 14 No. 1-2 (2020)

Journal: Sociolinguistic Studies

Subject Areas: Gender Studies Linguistics

DOI: 10.1558/sols.39325


<i>The Tyranny of Writing: Ideologies of the Written Word</i> Constanze Weth and Kasper Juffermans (eds) (2018) 

Author: Angela Bartens

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