The legacy of incomprehensibility

Trauma, Experience and Historiography in Harry Mulisch’s Historical Novel The Stone Bridal Bed

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationIllness and Literature
Subtitle of host publicationFrom the Middle Ages until the 21th Century
EditorsJaap Grave, Rick Honings, Bettina Noak
PublisherV&R unipress
Pages199
Number of pages216
ISBN (Print)9783847105206
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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Bax, S. (2015). The legacy of incomprehensibility: Trauma, Experience and Historiography in Harry Mulisch’s Historical Novel The Stone Bridal Bed. In J. Grave, R. Honings, & B. Noak (Eds.), Illness and Literature: From the Middle Ages until the 21th Century (pp. 199). V&R unipress.
Bax, Sander. / The legacy of incomprehensibility : Trauma, Experience and Historiography in Harry Mulisch’s Historical Novel The Stone Bridal Bed. Illness and Literature: From the Middle Ages until the 21th Century. editor / Jaap Grave ; Rick Honings ; Bettina Noak. V&R unipress, 2015. pp. 199
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The legacy of incomprehensibility : Trauma, Experience and Historiography in Harry Mulisch’s Historical Novel The Stone Bridal Bed. / Bax, Sander.

Illness and Literature: From the Middle Ages until the 21th Century. ed. / Jaap Grave; Rick Honings; Bettina Noak. V&R unipress, 2015. p. 199.

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Bax S. The legacy of incomprehensibility: Trauma, Experience and Historiography in Harry Mulisch’s Historical Novel The Stone Bridal Bed. In Grave J, Honings R, Noak B, editors, Illness and Literature: From the Middle Ages until the 21th Century. V&R unipress. 2015. p. 199