Massive dual gravity in N spacetime dimensions

@article{Alshal2019MassiveDG,
  title={Massive dual gravity in N spacetime dimensions},
  author={Hassan Alshal and Thomas L. Curtright},
  journal={Journal of High Energy Physics},
  year={2019}
}
Abstract We describe a field theory for “massive dual gravity” in N spacetime dimensions. We obtain a Lagrangian that gives the lowest order coupling of the field to the N -dimensional curl of its own energy-momentum tensor. We then briefly discuss classical solutions. Finally, we show the theory is the exact dual of the Ogievetsky-Polubarinov model generalized to any N. 

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