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“The anti-crime novel and the transnational writer: representations of trauma and the city in the work of David Peace”. / Thomas, Joe.

2016. Paper presented at Thinking Through Fiction, A conference at the University of Kent/Centre for Creative Writing, exploring the complex relationship between fiction, writing, and thought.

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Harvard

Thomas, J 2016, '“The anti-crime novel and the transnational writer: representations of trauma and the city in the work of David Peace”', Paper presented at Thinking Through Fiction, A conference at the University of Kent/Centre for Creative Writing, exploring the complex relationship between fiction, writing, and thought, 22/06/16.

APA

Thomas, J. (2016). “The anti-crime novel and the transnational writer: representations of trauma and the city in the work of David Peace”. Paper presented at Thinking Through Fiction, A conference at the University of Kent/Centre for Creative Writing, exploring the complex relationship between fiction, writing, and thought.

Vancouver

Thomas J. “The anti-crime novel and the transnational writer: representations of trauma and the city in the work of David Peace”. 2016. Paper presented at Thinking Through Fiction, A conference at the University of Kent/Centre for Creative Writing, exploring the complex relationship between fiction, writing, and thought.

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Thomas, Joe. / “The anti-crime novel and the transnational writer: representations of trauma and the city in the work of David Peace”. Paper presented at Thinking Through Fiction, A conference at the University of Kent/Centre for Creative Writing, exploring the complex relationship between fiction, writing, and thought.

Bibtex

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