The Romantic Irony of Semiotics: Friedrich Schlegel and the Crisis of Representation

Mouton De Gruyter (1988)
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Keywords Semiotics  Irony  Language and languages Philosophy  Aesthetics
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Call number P85.S32.F56 1988
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