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Gothic Masculinities. / Baker, Brian.

The Routledge companion to Gothic. ed. / Catherine Spooner; Emma McEvoy. London : Routledge, 2007. p. 164-173.

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Harvard

Baker, B 2007, Gothic Masculinities. in C Spooner & E McEvoy (eds), The Routledge companion to Gothic. Routledge, London, pp. 164-173.

APA

Baker, B. (2007). Gothic Masculinities. In C. Spooner, & E. McEvoy (Eds.), The Routledge companion to Gothic (pp. 164-173). Routledge.

Vancouver

Baker B. Gothic Masculinities. In Spooner C, McEvoy E, editors, The Routledge companion to Gothic. London: Routledge. 2007. p. 164-173

Author

Baker, Brian. / Gothic Masculinities. The Routledge companion to Gothic. editor / Catherine Spooner ; Emma McEvoy. London : Routledge, 2007. pp. 164-173

Bibtex

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