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Items where department is "Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (HaSS) > School of Humanities > German"

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Pender, M. (2009) Swiss literary history. [Review]

Pender, M. (2009) Swiss literary history: german literature in the 20 century. [Review]

Pender, M. (2008) Provocation from the periphery: Robert Walser re-examined. [Review]

Charnley, Joy and Pender, Malcolm (2003) Living with languages: the contemporary Swiss model. Occasional Papers in Swiss Studies . Peter Lang Pub Inc. ISBN 978-3-03910-019-4

Charnley, J. and Pender, M. (2002) Education and female aspiration in the works of Janine Massard. In: Intellectual Emancipation: Swiss Women and Education. P. Lang, pp. 65-79. ISBN 3906768309

Charnley, Joy and Pender, M. (2002) Education and female aspiration in the work of Jacqueline Massard. In: Occasional papers in Swiss studies 4: intellectual emancipation: Swiss women and education. P.Lang. ISBN 3-906768-30-9

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