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From Vibratory Occultism to Vibratory Modernism: Blackwood, Lawrence, Woolf.

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From Vibratory Occultism to Vibratory Modernism: Blackwood, Lawrence, Woolf. / Sausman, Justin.

Vibratory Modernism. ed. / A Enns; S Trower. 1. ed. Hampshire : Palgrave, 2013. p. 30-52.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)peer-review

Harvard

Sausman, J 2013, From Vibratory Occultism to Vibratory Modernism: Blackwood, Lawrence, Woolf. in A Enns & S Trower (eds), Vibratory Modernism. 1 edn, Palgrave, Hampshire, pp. 30-52. https://doi.org/10.1057/9781137027252

APA

Sausman, J. (2013). From Vibratory Occultism to Vibratory Modernism: Blackwood, Lawrence, Woolf. In A. Enns, & S. Trower (Eds.), Vibratory Modernism (1 ed., pp. 30-52). Palgrave. https://doi.org/10.1057/9781137027252

Vancouver

Sausman J. From Vibratory Occultism to Vibratory Modernism: Blackwood, Lawrence, Woolf. In Enns A, Trower S, editors, Vibratory Modernism. 1 ed. Hampshire: Palgrave. 2013. p. 30-52 https://doi.org/10.1057/9781137027252

Author

Sausman, Justin. / From Vibratory Occultism to Vibratory Modernism: Blackwood, Lawrence, Woolf. Vibratory Modernism. editor / A Enns ; S Trower. 1. ed. Hampshire : Palgrave, 2013. pp. 30-52

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