'Of Père Lachaise, On Business'. / Williams, Eley.

We'll Never Have Paris. ed. / Andrew Gallix. Repeater Books, 2019. p. 158.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Published

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'Of Père Lachaise, On Business'. / Williams, Eley.

We'll Never Have Paris. ed. / Andrew Gallix. Repeater Books, 2019. p. 158.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Harvard

Williams, E 2019, 'Of Père Lachaise, On Business'. in A Gallix (ed.), We'll Never Have Paris. Repeater Books, pp. 158.

APA

Williams, E. (2019). 'Of Père Lachaise, On Business'. In A. Gallix (Ed.), We'll Never Have Paris (pp. 158). Repeater Books.

Vancouver

Williams E. 'Of Père Lachaise, On Business'. In Gallix A, editor, We'll Never Have Paris. Repeater Books. 2019. p. 158

Author

Williams, Eley. / 'Of Père Lachaise, On Business'. We'll Never Have Paris. editor / Andrew Gallix. Repeater Books, 2019. pp. 158

BibTeX

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