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Rereading Orphanhood: Texts, Inheritance, Kin

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Rereading Orphanhood : Texts, Inheritance, Kin. / Warren, Diane (Editor); Peters, Laura (Editor).

Edinburgh University Press, 2020. 272 p. (Edinburgh Critical Studies in Victorian Culture).

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Harvard

Warren, D & Peters, L (eds) 2020, Rereading Orphanhood: Texts, Inheritance, Kin. Edinburgh Critical Studies in Victorian Culture, Edinburgh University Press. <https://edinburghuniversitypress.com/book-rereading-orphanhood-hb.html>

APA

Warren, D., & Peters, L. (Eds.) (2020). Rereading Orphanhood: Texts, Inheritance, Kin. (Edinburgh Critical Studies in Victorian Culture). Edinburgh University Press. https://edinburghuniversitypress.com/book-rereading-orphanhood-hb.html

Vancouver

Warren D, (ed.), Peters L, (ed.). Rereading Orphanhood: Texts, Inheritance, Kin. Edinburgh University Press, 2020. 272 p. (Edinburgh Critical Studies in Victorian Culture).

Author

Warren, Diane (Editor) ; Peters, Laura (Editor). / Rereading Orphanhood : Texts, Inheritance, Kin. Edinburgh University Press, 2020. 272 p. (Edinburgh Critical Studies in Victorian Culture).

Bibtex

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