The Problematic Discourse on "Philippe Starck’s" Delano Hotel (1999) - Bibliography C

Bibliography C: Bibliographic List of Other Sources Including Those Concerning Methodology, Journalism, Law, and Other Starck Sources [22]

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Charles Jansen. (1991). Scenarios of art appreciation: An analysis of texts. University of Georgia (USA): Unpublished PhD dissertation.

Philip Johnson, & H. Lewis. (13 December 1998). Masters: Philip Johnson’s Starck choice. New York Times, 77.

Anthony H. Jones. (8 February 1999). Correspondence [from Shakespeares Solicitors, which represents the University of Central England].

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Conway Lloyd Morgan. (14 March 1997). Stark naked. Design Week, 16-7.

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John Maher. (1986). The development of English as an international language of medicine. Applied Linguistics, 7(2), 206-18.

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Maxine Penlington. (18 February 1999). Correspondence [from Secretary and Registrar of University of Central England].

Phaidon Press. (1995). Art history and its methods. London: Phaidon Press.

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R. J. Preece. (June 1999, forthcoming). [Focus on] Daphne Wright: Setting the intention straight. Sculpture.

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Jan Renkema. (1993). Discourse studies. John Benjamins: Philadelphia. [UCE: 401.41Ren]

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Philippe Starck. (1992). Starck in Wien. Wein: Hochschule fur angewandte Kunst in Wein.

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John A. Walker. (1989). Design history and the history of design. Bristol, UK: Pluto Press.

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