BRUNEI. STORIES OF "THE SON OF BRUNEI’S FROG"
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BRUNEI. STORIES OF "THE SON OF BRUNEI’S FROG"
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S0321-50750000617-4-1
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Ю. Носков 
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71-72
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Brunei writer Mussidi is known with his special kind of narrative style in his short stories written at the end of XX - beginning of XXI century.Article introduces some of the stories of the writer, estimating its animated features as well as self-esteem which Mussidi made at the sunset of the writing career.
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Brunei, literature, short story, Mussidi
Date of publication
01.07.2014
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