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    Defoe, D., Keymer, T. and Kelly, J. W.

    Robinson Crusoe

    2007 - Oxford University Press - Oxford

    In-text: (Defoe, Keymer and Kelly, 2007)

    Your Bibliography: Defoe, D., Keymer, T. and Kelly, J., 2007. Robinson Crusoe. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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    Marx, K., Engels, F., Arthur, C. J. and Marx, K.

    The German ideology

    1972 - International Publishers - New York

    In-text: (Marx, Engels, Arthur and Marx, 1972)

    Your Bibliography: Marx, K., Engels, F., Arthur, C. and Marx, K., 1972. The German ideology. New York: International Publishers.

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    Tucker, R. C., Marx, K. and Engels, F.

    The Marx-Engels reader

    1978 - Norton - New York

    In-text: (Tucker, Marx and Engels, 1978)

    Your Bibliography: Tucker, R., Marx, K. and Engels, F., 1978. The Marx-Engels reader. New York: Norton.

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    Watt, I.

    The rise of the novel

    1957 - University of California Press - Berkeley

    In-text: (Watt, 1957)

    Your Bibliography: Watt, I., 1957. The rise of the novel. Berkeley: University of California Press.

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