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Embodied sense in motion : defining and redefining freedom in ancient greek poetry and dance in cultural contexts. The example of dactylic rhythm

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Marie-Hélène Delavaud-Roux. Embodied sense in motion : defining and redefining freedom in ancient greek poetry and dance in cultural contexts. The example of dactylic rhythm. Free poetry and free dance : embodied sense in motion, International Conference, Moscow State University, 1-3 october 2010, A. Ailamazian, J. Idlis, I. Sirotkina, and T. Venediktova, Oct 2010, Moscou, Russia. ⟨hal-01160956⟩

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