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Periyar Visual Theory: Demand, Dispute and Disposition of Dravidian Cinema

தொகுதி 1, வெளியீடு 3 | சூலை 2021 - செப்டம்பர் 2021

(Dr.) Subramanian Natesan

Assistant Professor at the Dept. of Visual Communication, Hindusthan College of Arts and Science, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu

S, Natesan. 2021. “Periyar Visual Theory: Demand, Dispute and Disposition of Dravidian Cinema”. Dravida Pozhil – Journal of Dravidian Studies 1 (3): 9 - 23


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