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In-text: (Feinberg, 2018)
Your Bibliography: Feinberg, J., 2018. The YA Formula for Female Protagonists. [online] Publishingtrendsetter.com. Available at: <http://publishingtrendsetter.com/industryinsight/ya-formula-female-protagonists/http://publishingtrendsetter.com/industryinsight/ya-formula-female-protagonists/> [Accessed 4 June 2022].
In-text: (Jean E Brown and Stephens, 1995)
Your Bibliography: Jean E Brown, J. and Stephens, E., 1995. Teaching Young Adult Literature: Sharing the Connection. Michigan: Wadsworth Pub Co, p.6.
In-text: (Nelms, Nelms and Horton, 1985)
Your Bibliography: Nelms, B., Nelms, B. and Horton, L., 1985. Young Adult Literature: A Brief but Troubled Season: Problems in YA Fiction. The English Journal, 74(1), p.92.
In-text: (Purves and Beach, 1976)
Your Bibliography: Purves, A. and Beach, R., 1976. Literature and the reader. Urbana, Ill: National Council of Teachers of English, p.18.
In-text: (Teasley and Wilder, 2000)
Your Bibliography: Teasley, A. and Wilder, A., 2000. Reel Conversations. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook Publishers.
In-text: (Viswanath, 2022)
Your Bibliography: Viswanath, T., 2022. Voice, Choice, And (Material) Agency: The Sexualized Feminine Body In Young Adult Literature. PhD. University of Illinois.
In-text: (Westeren, 2020)
Your Bibliography: Westeren, V., 2020. "Strong Female Characters"? An Analysis of Six Female Fantasy Characters from Novel to Film. Honours. University of Seattle.
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