A Fractured Iconography of Gender in Four Saints and Three Acts


  • Gyllian Phillips


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How to Cite

Phillips, G. (1996). A Fractured Iconography of Gender in Four Saints and Three Acts. Tessera, 20. Retrieved from https://tessera.journals.yorku.ca/index.php/tessera/article/view/25884