The Ferrante Letters: An Experiment in Collective Criticism
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Sarah Chihaya., Sarah Chihaya|AUTHOR., Merve Emre|AUTHOR., Katherine Hill|AUTHOR., & Jill Richards|AUTHOR. (2020). The Ferrante Letters: An Experiment in Collective Criticism . Columbia University Press.

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Sarah Chihaya et al.. 2020. The Ferrante Letters: An Experiment in Collective Criticism. Columbia University Press.

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Sarah Chihaya et al.. The Ferrante Letters: An Experiment in Collective Criticism Columbia University Press, 2020.

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Sarah Chihaya, et al. The Ferrante Letters: An Experiment in Collective Criticism Columbia University Press, 2020.

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