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Far Away, So Close: Sydney-Siders Watching Forbrydelsen, Borgen And Bron/Broen

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Far Away, So Close : Sydney-Siders Watching Forbrydelsen, Borgen And Bron/Broen. / Jensen, Pia Majbritt.

The Scandinavian Invasion: The Nordic Noir Phenomenon and Beyond. red. / Richard McCulloch; William Proctor. Peter Lang, 2018.

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Harvard

Jensen, PM 2018, Far Away, So Close: Sydney-Siders Watching Forbrydelsen, Borgen And Bron/Broen. i R McCulloch & W Proctor (red), The Scandinavian Invasion: The Nordic Noir Phenomenon and Beyond. Peter Lang.

APA

Jensen, P. M. (Accepteret/In press). Far Away, So Close: Sydney-Siders Watching Forbrydelsen, Borgen And Bron/Broen. I R. McCulloch, & W. Proctor (red.), The Scandinavian Invasion: The Nordic Noir Phenomenon and Beyond Peter Lang.

CBE

Jensen PM. 2018. Far Away, So Close: Sydney-Siders Watching Forbrydelsen, Borgen And Bron/Broen. McCulloch R, Proctor W, red. I The Scandinavian Invasion: The Nordic Noir Phenomenon and Beyond. Peter Lang.

MLA

Jensen, Pia Majbritt "Far Away, So Close: Sydney-Siders Watching Forbrydelsen, Borgen And Bron/Broen". og McCulloch, Richard Proctor, William (red.). The Scandinavian Invasion: The Nordic Noir Phenomenon and Beyond. Peter Lang. 2018.

Vancouver

Jensen PM. Far Away, So Close: Sydney-Siders Watching Forbrydelsen, Borgen And Bron/Broen. I McCulloch R, Proctor W, red., The Scandinavian Invasion: The Nordic Noir Phenomenon and Beyond. Peter Lang. 2018

Author

Jensen, Pia Majbritt. / Far Away, So Close : Sydney-Siders Watching Forbrydelsen, Borgen And Bron/Broen. The Scandinavian Invasion: The Nordic Noir Phenomenon and Beyond. red. / Richard McCulloch ; William Proctor. Peter Lang, 2018.

Bibtex

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