Doctor Virtualis 6:199-214 (2007)

Riccardo Fedriga
Università degli Studi di Bologna
Il medioevo cinematografico come oggetto essenzialmente teorico, ma dotato di una propria specifica forma di realtà, che ne fa qualcosa definibile, con terminologia fortemente medievale, come oggetto intenzionale
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