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The Shape of Desire
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Metamorphosis and Hybridity in Rvf 23 and Rvf 70
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Manuele Gragnolati
Francesca Southerden
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2020
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Manuele Gragnolati and Francesca Southerden, Possibilities of Lyric: Reading Petrarch in Dialogue. With an Epilogue by Antonella Anedda Angioy, Cultural Inquiry, 18 (Berlin: ICI Berlin Press, 2020), pp. 17–44
Bibliographic Citation
Manuele Gragnolati and Francesca Southerden, ‘The Shape of Desire: Metamorphosis and Hybridity in Rvf 23 and Rvf 70’, in Manuele Gragnolati and Francesca Southerden, Possibilities of Lyric: Reading Petrarch in Dialogue. With an Epilogue by Antonella Anedda Angioy, Cultural Inquiry, 18 (Berlin: ICI Berlin Press, 2020), pp. 17–44 <https://doi.org/10.37050/ci-18_01>

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Cite as: Manuele Gragnolati and Francesca Southerden, ‘The Shape of Desire: Metamorphosis and Hybridity in Rvf 23 and Rvf 70’, in Manuele Gragnolati and Francesca Southerden, Possibilities of Lyric: Reading Petrarch in Dialogue. With an Epilogue by Antonella Anedda Angioy, Cultural Inquiry, 18 (Berlin: ICI Berlin Press, 2020), pp. 17–44 <https://doi.org/10.37050/ci-18_01>
Manuele Gragnolati and Francesca Southerden, ‘The Shape of Desire: Metamorphosis and Hybridity in Rvf 23 and Rvf 70’, in Manuele Gragnolati and Francesca Southerden, Possibilities of Lyric: Reading Petrarch in Dialogue, Cultural Inquiry, 18 (Berlin: ICI Berlin Press, 2020), pp. 17-44 <https://doi.org/10.37050/ci-18_01>

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