Ghost stories: an introduction

Fink, Marty; Juhasz, Alexandra; Harvey, David Oscar; Ghosh, Bishnupriya
September 2013
Jump Cut: A Review of Contemporary Media;Fall2013, Issue 55, p21
Academic Journal
An introduction is presented to the issue's special section on films dealing with HIV/AIDS.


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