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Is there such a place as far away? / Knight, Karenanne.

CONFIA 2020 Proceedings. Vol. 2020 Portugal : Confia Edição IPCA, 2020. p. 402-411.

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Harvard

Knight, K 2020, Is there such a place as far away? in CONFIA 2020 Proceedings. vol. 2020, Confia Edição IPCA, Portugal, pp. 402-411, 8th International Conference on Illustration & Animation, 23/10/20. <https://confia.ipca.pt/>

APA

Knight, K. (2020). Is there such a place as far away? In CONFIA 2020 Proceedings (Vol. 2020, pp. 402-411). Confia Edição IPCA. https://confia.ipca.pt/

Vancouver

Knight K. Is there such a place as far away? In CONFIA 2020 Proceedings. Vol. 2020. Portugal: Confia Edição IPCA. 2020. p. 402-411

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Knight, Karenanne. / Is there such a place as far away?. CONFIA 2020 Proceedings. Vol. 2020 Portugal : Confia Edição IPCA, 2020. pp. 402-411

Bibtex

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