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Text as process: creative composition in Wordsworth, Tennyson and Emily Dickinson

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Text as process : creative composition in Wordsworth, Tennyson and Emily Dickinson. / Bushell, Sally.

Charlottesville, Virginia : University of Virginia Press, 2009. 302 p.

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Bushell, S 2009, Text as process: creative composition in Wordsworth, Tennyson and Emily Dickinson. University of Virginia Press, Charlottesville, Virginia.

APA

Bushell, S. (2009). Text as process: creative composition in Wordsworth, Tennyson and Emily Dickinson. Charlottesville, Virginia: University of Virginia Press.

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Bushell S. Text as process: creative composition in Wordsworth, Tennyson and Emily Dickinson. Charlottesville, Virginia: University of Virginia Press, 2009. 302 p.

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Bushell, Sally. / Text as process : creative composition in Wordsworth, Tennyson and Emily Dickinson. Charlottesville, Virginia : University of Virginia Press, 2009. 302 p.

Bibtex

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