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Reference list

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Author Surname, Author Forename. "Title." Publication Title, Volume number, Issue number, Publication date, Page numbers, Website or Database (if applicable), DOI/Permalink/URL.


Cano, Marina. "Transnational Feminism and Spanish Magazines at the Turn of the Century." Modernism/Modernity, vol. 28, no. 1, Jan. 2021, pp. 47-65. Project Muse,
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In-text citation

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(Author Surname)


"The importance of such international connections for a better understanding of the history of modern feminism has already been established," (Cano).

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