Bulletin of Hispanic Studies

Introducción Violencia, vulnerabilidad y género en la narrativa criminal escrita por mujeres en España en el siglo XXI

Bulletin of Hispanic Studies (2022), 99, (1), 1–6.

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SOLER, ELENA LOSADA

PASZKIEWICZ, KATARZYNA