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In-text: (Marcus, 1986)
Your Bibliography: Marcus, S. (1986). Reading the Illegible: Modern Representations of Urban Experience. The Southern Review, 22(3), p.443.
In-text: (Karetnyk, 2017)
Your Bibliography: Karetnyk, B. (2017). Russian émigré short stories from Bunin to Yanovsky. Penguin Random House, p.3.
In-text: (Wirth-Nesher, 2008)
Your Bibliography: Wirth-Nesher, H. (2008). City codes: reading the modern urban novel. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
In-text: (Némirovsky and Smith, 2007)
Your Bibliography: Némirovsky, I. and Smith, S. (2007). Le bal ; and, Snow in Autumn. London: Vintage.
In-text: (Boym, 2001)
Your Bibliography: Boym, S. (2001). The future of nostalgia. New York: Basic Books.
In-text: (Fitzgerald, 1931)
Your Bibliography: Fitzgerald, F. (1931). Echoes of the Jazz Age.
In-text: (Male, 1965)
Your Bibliography: Male, R. (1965). "Babylon Revisited": A Story of The Exile's Return. Studies in Short Fiction, 2(3).
In-text: (Gross, 1963)
Your Bibliography: Gross, S. (1963). Fitzgerald's "Babylon Revisited." College English, 25(2), p.128.
In-text: (Brodsky, 2011)
Your Bibliography: Brodsky, J. (2011). Less than one. London: Penguin.
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