How the ship of interpretation was blown off course in the Tempest: some philosophical thoughts
Author(s): D Aldridge
Editor(s): D. Uzzel
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How the ship of interpretation was blown off course in the Tempest: some philosophical thoughts. D Aldridge, D. Uzzel. In Heritage Interpretation: the natural and built environment. Pp. 64-87. London: Belhaven. 1989 ( tDAR id: 418846)
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