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, Volume 31, Issue 2, pp 53–61 | Cite as

The European itinerary of the picaresque novel and its traces in 19th century Greek literature

Transformation and continuity
  • Persa Apostoli
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19th Century Comparative Literature Century Greek Literature 
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