Who speaks for the victim? Experiences of migrants and refugees in Jenny Erpenbeck's novel Go, Went, Gone and Mikhail Shiskin's Maidenhair

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCultural Practices of Victimhood
EditorsMartin Hoondert, Paul Mutsaers, William Arfman
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherRoutledge
Pages120-142
Number of pages22
ISBN (Print)9781138552814
Publication statusPublished - 2018

Publication series

NameVictims, Culture, Society
PublisherRoutledge

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Heynders, O. (2018). Who speaks for the victim? Experiences of migrants and refugees in Jenny Erpenbeck's novel Go, Went, Gone and Mikhail Shiskin's Maidenhair. In M. Hoondert, P. Mutsaers, & W. Arfman (Eds.), Cultural Practices of Victimhood (pp. 120-142). (Victims, Culture, Society). London: Routledge.
Heynders, Odile. / Who speaks for the victim? Experiences of migrants and refugees in Jenny Erpenbeck's novel Go, Went, Gone and Mikhail Shiskin's Maidenhair. Cultural Practices of Victimhood. editor / Martin Hoondert ; Paul Mutsaers ; William Arfman. London : Routledge, 2018. pp. 120-142 (Victims, Culture, Society).
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Heynders, O 2018, Who speaks for the victim? Experiences of migrants and refugees in Jenny Erpenbeck's novel Go, Went, Gone and Mikhail Shiskin's Maidenhair. in M Hoondert, P Mutsaers & W Arfman (eds), Cultural Practices of Victimhood. Victims, Culture, Society, Routledge, London, pp. 120-142.

Who speaks for the victim? Experiences of migrants and refugees in Jenny Erpenbeck's novel Go, Went, Gone and Mikhail Shiskin's Maidenhair. / Heynders, Odile.

Cultural Practices of Victimhood. ed. / Martin Hoondert; Paul Mutsaers; William Arfman. London : Routledge, 2018. p. 120-142 (Victims, Culture, Society).

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Heynders O. Who speaks for the victim? Experiences of migrants and refugees in Jenny Erpenbeck's novel Go, Went, Gone and Mikhail Shiskin's Maidenhair. In Hoondert M, Mutsaers P, Arfman W, editors, Cultural Practices of Victimhood. London: Routledge. 2018. p. 120-142. (Victims, Culture, Society).