Que son las narrativas transmedia

Sebastian Bernal
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Sebastian Bernal
Created by Sebastian Bernal over 3 years ago
Narrativa española 2º mitad siglo XX - Autores y obras
Laura Maestro
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Isabel Mª Barcón Soto
V o F sobre "Rodríguez" de Francisco Espínola.
Karina Valles
Cory & Manuel_1
Prudensiano Manu
GCSE History – The early years and the Weimar Republic 1918-1923
Ben C
Apuntes de Literatura española S. XX - Narrativa del 98.
María Salinas
Narrativa Española de la 2ª Mitad del Siglo XX
maya velasquez
sandra rodriguez
La novela en el Renacimiento
Kikuya Inthedark
Género Narrativo: El arte de lo narrado.
Julien Courcier

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