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título Mediterranean as a Source of Cultural Criticism. subtítulo Myth, Literature, and Anthropology. autor; . editor Mimesis International. data de edição 06/2019. número de páginas 100. capa Mole. idioma Inglês. ISBN 9788869771361. prazo de entrega 15 a 20 dias Anthropology The Mediterranean as a Source of Cultural Criticism. Myth, Literature, and Anthropology. The essays contained in this volume explore the historical trajectories along which the Mediterranean has been conceptualized as a cultural, religious and economical resource and

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