The Persian Boy, the Bactrian Girl and the Man from Macedon – Gender and Orientalisms in Mary Renault’s Alexander the Great-Trilogy

Harders A-C (2020)
In: Orientalism and the Reception of Powerful Women from the Ancient World. Carlà-Uhink F, Wieber A (Eds); IMAGINES – Classical Receptions in the Visual and Performing Arts. London – New York: Bloomsbury Academic: 44-56.

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Carlà-Uhink, Filippo; Wieber, Anja
Erscheinungsjahr
2020
Buchtitel
Orientalism and the Reception of Powerful Women from the Ancient World
Seite(n)
44-56
ISBN
978-1-350-05010-5
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2940828

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Harders A-C. The Persian Boy, the Bactrian Girl and the Man from Macedon – Gender and Orientalisms in Mary Renault’s Alexander the Great-Trilogy. In: Carlà-Uhink F, Wieber A, eds. Orientalism and the Reception of Powerful Women from the Ancient World. IMAGINES – Classical Receptions in the Visual and Performing Arts. London – New York: Bloomsbury Academic; 2020: 44-56.
Harders, A. - C. (2020). The Persian Boy, the Bactrian Girl and the Man from Macedon – Gender and Orientalisms in Mary Renault’s Alexander the Great-Trilogy. In F. Carlà-Uhink & A. Wieber (Eds.), IMAGINES – Classical Receptions in the Visual and Performing Arts. Orientalism and the Reception of Powerful Women from the Ancient World (pp. 44-56). London – New York: Bloomsbury Academic.
Harders, A. - C. (2020). “The Persian Boy, the Bactrian Girl and the Man from Macedon – Gender and Orientalisms in Mary Renault’s Alexander the Great-Trilogy” in Orientalism and the Reception of Powerful Women from the Ancient World, Carlà-Uhink, F., and Wieber, A. eds. IMAGINES – Classical Receptions in the Visual and Performing Arts (London – New York: Bloomsbury Academic), 44-56.
Harders, A.-C., 2020. The Persian Boy, the Bactrian Girl and the Man from Macedon – Gender and Orientalisms in Mary Renault’s Alexander the Great-Trilogy. In F. Carlà-Uhink & A. Wieber, eds. Orientalism and the Reception of Powerful Women from the Ancient World. IMAGINES – Classical Receptions in the Visual and Performing Arts. London – New York: Bloomsbury Academic, pp. 44-56.
A.-C. Harders, “The Persian Boy, the Bactrian Girl and the Man from Macedon – Gender and Orientalisms in Mary Renault’s Alexander the Great-Trilogy”, Orientalism and the Reception of Powerful Women from the Ancient World, F. Carlà-Uhink and A. Wieber, eds., IMAGINES – Classical Receptions in the Visual and Performing Arts, London – New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2020, pp.44-56.
Harders, A.-C.: The Persian Boy, the Bactrian Girl and the Man from Macedon – Gender and Orientalisms in Mary Renault’s Alexander the Great-Trilogy. In: Carlà-Uhink, F. and Wieber, A. (eds.) Orientalism and the Reception of Powerful Women from the Ancient World. IMAGINES – Classical Receptions in the Visual and Performing Arts. p. 44-56. Bloomsbury Academic, London – New York (2020).
Harders, Ann-Cathrin. “The Persian Boy, the Bactrian Girl and the Man from Macedon – Gender and Orientalisms in Mary Renault’s Alexander the Great-Trilogy”. Orientalism and the Reception of Powerful Women from the Ancient World. Ed. Filippo Carlà-Uhink and Anja Wieber. London – New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2020. IMAGINES – Classical Receptions in the Visual and Performing Arts. 44-56.

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