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    Dupee, F. W.

    The question of Henry James

    1945 - H. Holt and Co - New York

    In-text: (Dupee, 1945)

    Your Bibliography: Dupee, F., 1945. The question of Henry James. New York: H. Holt and Co.

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    James, H.

    The turn of the screw

    1956 - Collins - London

    In-text: (James, 1956)

    Your Bibliography: James, H., 1956. The turn of the screw. London: Collins.

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    Kenton, E.

    Henry James to the Ruminant Reader: The Turn of the Screw

    1924

    In-text: (Kenton, 1924)

    Your Bibliography: Kenton, E., 1924. Henry James to the Ruminant Reader: The Turn of the Screw. The Arts.

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    Parkinson, E. J.

    The turn of the screw, a history of its critical interpretations, 1898-1979

    1991

    In-text: (Parkinson, 1991)

    Your Bibliography: Parkinson, E., 1991. The turn of the screw, a history of its critical interpretations, 1898-1979.

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    Rivkin, J. and Ryan, M.

    Literary theory, an anthology

    1998 - Blackwell - Malden, Mass.

    In-text: (Rivkin and Ryan, 1998)

    Your Bibliography: Rivkin, J. and Ryan, M., 1998. Literary theory, an anthology. Malden, Mass.: Blackwell.

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