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English: Literary communication a 20th and 21st century model
Date 2005-2011
Source Own work by uploader. The model was first published in the German Wikipedia's de:literature article on July 18th, 2005. It is a result of discussions between Anton Kirchhofer and Olaf Simons ( talk). The English version was first used to discuss the reception of literary works in Anton Kirchhofer's and Olaf Simons' Oldenburg lectures "Introduction into literary studies in the Winter semester of 2006/2007. The model has its roots on pages 81-114 of Olaf Simons, Marteaus Europa oder Der Roman, bevor er Literatur wurde. Rodopi, Amsterdam 2001, ISBN 90-420-1226-9.
Author Olaf Simons
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