Dada Culture: Critical Texts on the Avant-Garde - How Dada is to break its cultural accommodation and containment today necessitates thinking the historical instances through revised application of critical and theoretical models

 
 Dada Culture: Critical Texts on the Avant-Garde. Dafydd Jones, ed. Editions Rodopi BV, 2006.

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  1. Pozdrav,

    ne znam kako drugačije da stupimo u kontakt pa ću probati ovako.
    Radim neko istraživanje/txt/priču o Cravanu pa me zanima da li imate možda knjigu koju ste postali gore, u biti ciljam na tekst to be or not to be a. cravan. Kako je knjiga dosta skupa, zanima me, ako je imate, da napravimo neko bilateralno posuđivanje, ja imam 4 dada suicides za ponuditi u zamjenu.
    (neki oblik digitalizacije, pa via we trans., etc.)

    Unaprijed hvala na odgovoru
    Predrag Pavić

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