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2 thoughts on “Bibliography & Resources

  1. Working on the representation of Cornwall in Film, Television, Art and Literature at the University of Warwick.

    • Rachel

      It would be good to know more about your work and how you think critical regionalism might relate to the approach you are taking. Let us know.


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