The Mad Child in the Attic: John Harding’s Florence & Giles as a Neo-Victorian Reworking of The Turn of the Screw

Dinter S (2012)
Neo-Victorian Studies 5(1): 60-88.

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Dinter S. The Mad Child in the Attic: John Harding’s Florence & Giles as a Neo-Victorian Reworking of The Turn of the Screw. Neo-Victorian Studies. 2012;5(1):60-88.
Dinter, S. (2012). The Mad Child in the Attic: John Harding’s Florence & Giles as a Neo-Victorian Reworking of The Turn of the Screw. Neo-Victorian Studies, 5(1), 60-88.
Dinter, S. (2012). The Mad Child in the Attic: John Harding’s Florence & Giles as a Neo-Victorian Reworking of The Turn of the Screw. Neo-Victorian Studies 5, 60-88.
Dinter, S., 2012. The Mad Child in the Attic: John Harding’s Florence & Giles as a Neo-Victorian Reworking of The Turn of the Screw. Neo-Victorian Studies, 5(1), p 60-88.
S. Dinter, “The Mad Child in the Attic: John Harding’s Florence & Giles as a Neo-Victorian Reworking of The Turn of the Screw”, Neo-Victorian Studies, vol. 5, 2012, pp. 60-88.
Dinter, S.: The Mad Child in the Attic: John Harding’s Florence & Giles as a Neo-Victorian Reworking of The Turn of the Screw. Neo-Victorian Studies. 5, 60-88 (2012).
Dinter, Sandra. “The Mad Child in the Attic: John Harding’s Florence & Giles as a Neo-Victorian Reworking of The Turn of the Screw”. Neo-Victorian Studies 5.1 (2012): 60-88.
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