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In-text: (Women's Literation: Part 2, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Bigelow and Holmes, 2014. Women's Literation: Part 2. Available at: <https://bigelowandholmes.typepad.com/bigelow-holmes/literacy/#:~:text=In%20the%2019th%20century%20France,social%20class%2C%20and%20geographic%20region.> [Accessed 4 May 2021].
In-text: (Harrigan, 2001)
Your Bibliography: Harrigan, P., 2001. Church, State, and Education in France From the Falloux to the Ferry Laws: A Reassessment. Canadian Journal of History, 36(1), pp.51-84.
In-text: (MARTIN and BODNAR, 2009)
Your Bibliography: MARTIN, M. and BODNAR, C., 2009. The illustrated press under siege: technological imagination in the Paris siege, 1870–1871. Urban History, 36(1), pp.67-85.
In-text: (Matsuda, de la Motte and Przyblyski, 2000)
Your Bibliography: Matsuda, M., de la Motte, D. and Przyblyski, J., 2000. Making the News: Modernity and the Mass Press in Nineteenth-Century France. The American Historical Review, 105(2), p.623.
In-text: (François Guizot (1787-1874) - Musée protestant, n.d.)
Your Bibliography: Musée protestant. n.d. François Guizot (1787-1874) - Musée protestant. [online] Available at: <https://museeprotestant.org/en/notice/francois-guizot-1787-1874-2/#the-july-monarchy-1830-1848> [Accessed 3 May 2021].
In-text: (Smith Allen, 1994)
Your Bibliography: Smith Allen, J., 1994. In the Public Eye: a History of Reading in Modern France, 1800-1940. Princeton Univeristy Press, pp.1-330.
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