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  1. You Need Only to Change Your Direction: New Works on Kafka
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  2. Emily Gauld
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  1. The Promise of Cinema: German Film Theory 1907–1933 eds. by Anton Kaes, Nicholas Baer, and Michael Cowan (review)
  2. Thomas O. Haakenson
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  2. Martin Kalb
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  2. Jeff Hayton
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  2. Noah Soltau
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  2. Mike Wayne
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