Modernism and Marketing: The Chocolate Box Revisited

  title={Modernism and Marketing: The Chocolate Box Revisited},
  author={Diane L. Barthel},
  journal={Theory, Culture \& Society},
  pages={429 - 438}
  • D. Barthel
  • Published 1 August 1989
  • Art
  • Theory, Culture & Society

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