Level 9.3, 30 Points
Level 9.3, 30 Points
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Jane Austen., & Jane Austen|AUTHOR. (2016). Emma. Wisehouse.Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)
Jane Austen and Jane Austen|AUTHOR. 2016. Emma. Wisehouse.Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide)
Jane Austen and Jane Austen|AUTHOR, Emma. Wisehouse, 2016.MLA Citation (style guide)
Jane Austen, and Jane Austen|AUTHOR. Emma. Wisehouse, 2016. Web.
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