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The cognitive import of the narrative schema

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The cognitive import of the narrative schema. / Bundgaard, Peer.

I: Semiotica, Bind 165, Nr. 1-4, 2007, s. 247-262.

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Bundgaard, P 2007, 'The cognitive import of the narrative schema', Semiotica, bind 165, nr. 1-4, s. 247-262.

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Bundgaard, P. (2007). The cognitive import of the narrative schema. Semiotica, 165(1-4), 247-262.

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Bundgaard P. 2007. The cognitive import of the narrative schema. Semiotica. 165(1-4):247-262.

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Bundgaard P. The cognitive import of the narrative schema. Semiotica. 2007;165(1-4):247-262.

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Bundgaard, Peer. / The cognitive import of the narrative schema. I: Semiotica. 2007 ; Bind 165, Nr. 1-4. s. 247-262.

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