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Frankel, Valerie Estelle, 1980- German National Library National Diet Library, Japan Library of Congress/NACO

Frankel, Valerie Estelle ISNI NII (Japan)

VIAF ID: 232403637 (Personal)


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Adoring Outlander : essays on fandom, genre and the female audience Library of Congress/NACO
Buffy and the heroine's journey : vampire slayer as feminine chosen one Library of Congress/NACO
The comics of Joss Whedon : critical essays Library of Congress/NACO
From girl to goddess : the heroine's journey through myth and legend Library of Congress/NACO
n2012010740 National Diet Library, Japan
Outlander's sassenachs : essays on gender, race, orientation and the other in the novels and television series Library of Congress/NACO
Sekai o tsukuru megami no monogatari : Shinwa densetsu akitaipu ni manabu hiroin no tabi. National Diet Library, Japan
Superheroines and the epic journey : mythic themes in comics, film and television Library of Congress/NACO
The symbolism and sources of Outlander : the Scottish fairies, folklore, ballads, magic and meanings that inspired the series Library of Congress/NACO
Teaching with Harry Potter : essays on classroom wizardry from elementary school to college Library of Congress/NACO
Women in Doctor Who : damsels, feminists and monsters Library of Congress/NACO
Women in Game of thrones, 2014: Library of Congress/NACO
The women of Orphan black : faces of the feminist spectrum Library of Congress/NACO
Women versed in myth : essays on modern poets Library of Congress/NACO
世界を創る女神の物語 : 神話伝説アーキタイプに学ぶヒロインの旅 NII (Japan) National Diet Library, Japan

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