Seeing Self: Edvard Munch, Photography and Moving Images.

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Seeing Self : Edvard Munch, Photography and Moving Images. / Fausing, Bent.

Seeing Self. ed. / Mads Julius Elf. Copenhagen : U Press, 2020.

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Fausing, B 2020, Seeing Self: Edvard Munch, Photography and Moving Images. in M Julius Elf (ed.), Seeing Self. U Press, Copenhagen.

APA

Fausing, B. (2020). Seeing Self: Edvard Munch, Photography and Moving Images. In M. Julius Elf (Ed.), Seeing Self Copenhagen: U Press.

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Fausing B. Seeing Self: Edvard Munch, Photography and Moving Images. In Julius Elf M, editor, Seeing Self. Copenhagen: U Press. 2020

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Fausing, Bent. / Seeing Self : Edvard Munch, Photography and Moving Images. Seeing Self. editor / Mads Julius Elf. Copenhagen : U Press, 2020.

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