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Frye, N. (1957). Anatomy of Criticism: Four Essays. Princeton: Princeton UP.
Roberts, A. (1984). A Confined world. In Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism. (Vol. 25, pp. 399-402). Detriot: Gale.
Monk, P. (1980). Frankenstein's daughters: the problems of the feminine image in science fiction. Mosaic, 13(3-4), 15-27.
Franklin & Marshall College Library. (2014, August 24). How to cite. Retrieved from http://fandm.beta.libguides.com/citation
Frye, Northrop. 1957. Anatomy of Criticism: Four Essays. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
Roberts, Sheila. 1984. "A Confined World." In Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism, 399-402. Detriot: Gale.
Monk, Patricia. 1980. "Frankenstein's Daughters: The Problems of the Feminine Image in Science Fiction. Mosaic 13(3-4):15-27.
Franklin & Marshall College Library. "How to Cite." Last modified August 24, 2014, http://fandm.beta.libguides.com/citation.
Frye, Northrop. Anatomy of Criticism: Four Essays. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1957. Print.
Roberts, Sheila. "A Confined World." Twentieth Century Literary Criticism. Detroit: Gale, 1984. 399-402. Print.
Monk, Patricia. "Frankenstein's Daughters: The Problems of Feminine Image in Science Fiction." Mosaic 13.3-4, 15-27. Print.
Franklin & Marshall College Library. "How to Cite." Citation and Evaluation Guide. Franklin & Marshall College, August 24, 2014. Web. August 25, 2014.