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In-text: (Chopin, 1899)
Your Bibliography: Chopin, K., 1899. The Awakening. 2nd ed. London: Collins Classics, pp.12-183.
In-text: (Dyer, 2002)
Your Bibliography: Dyer, J., 2002. Reading The Awakening with Toni Morrison. The Southern Literary Journal, 35(1), pp.138-154.
In-text: (Larkin, 1973)
Your Bibliography: Larkin, P., 1973. The Oxford book of twentieth-century English verse. Oxford: Clarendon Press.
In-text: (Shakespeare, n.d.)
Your Bibliography: Shakespeare, W., n.d. The tragedy of Titus Andronicus. Champaign, Ill.: Project Gutenberg.
"She sees no way for a mother to keep the freedom of her soul - no way, that is, except to dissolve her attachment to her children" “cannot reconcile her responsibility to her two young sons with her responsibilities to herself [...] She chooses not to live in a world that forces her to value herself first as a mother and second as a human being”
In-text: (Skaggs, 1985)
Your Bibliography: Skaggs, P., 1985. Kate Chopin. Boston: Twayne Publishers.
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