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In-text: (Dickens and Mitchell, 2003)
Your Bibliography: Dickens, C. and Mitchell, C., 2003. Great expectations. London: Penguin Books.
In-text: (Frost, 1994)
Your Bibliography: Frost, L., 1994. Taming to Improve: Dickens and the Women in Great Expectations. New York: Roger D.
In-text: (Gilbert and Gubar, 2000)
Your Bibliography: Gilbert, S. and Gubar, S., 2000. The madwoman in the attic. New Haven: Yale University Press.
In-text: (Ioannou, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Ioannou, M., 2012. "[S]imply Because I Found Her Irresistible": Female Erotic Power and Feminism in Great Expectations. Dickens Quarterly, 29(2).
In-text: (Raphael, 1989)
Your Bibliography: Raphael, L., 1989. A Re-Vision of Miss Havisham: Her Expectations and Our Responses. Studies in the Novel, 21(4), p.400.
In-text: (Schor, 1996)
Your Bibliography: Schor, H., 1996. ‘If He Should Turn to and Beat Her’: Violence, Desire, and the Woman’s Story in Great Expectations.. Boston: Bedford, pp.541-557.
In-text: (Showalter, n.d.)
Your Bibliography: Showalter, E., n.d. The female malady. London: Virago, 2009, 1987.
In-text: (Templeton, 1989)
Your Bibliography: Templeton, J., 1989. The Doll House Backlash: Criticism, Feminism, and Ibsen. PMLA, [online] 104(1), pp.28-40. Available at: <http://www.jstor.org/stable/462329> [Accessed 9 January 2015].
In-text: (Unwin and Ibsen, 2007)
Your Bibliography: Unwin, S. and Ibsen, H., 2007. Henrik Ibsen's A doll's house. London: Nick Hern.
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