The Aesthetics of Senescence: Aging, Population, and the 19th-Century British Novel, by Andrea Charise

Authors

  • Francesca Blanch Serrat Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

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Published

2022-11-21

How to Cite

Blanch Serrat, F. “The Aesthetics of Senescence: Aging, Population, and the 19th-Century British Novel, by Andrea Charise”. Age, Culture, Humanities: An Interdisciplinary Journal, vol. 6, Nov. 2022, https://tidsskrift.dk/ageculturehumanities/article/view/133948.