Citation Styles for "To walk invisible : the Brontèˆ sisters"

APA (6th ed.)

  • Wainwright, S., Lewis, K., Atkins, F., Murphy, C., Nagaitis, A., Pirrie, C., Pryce, J., ... PBS Distribution (Firm),. (2017). To walk invisible: The Brontë sisters.

Chicago (Author-Date, 15th ed.)

  • Wainwright, Sally, Karen Lewis, Finn Atkins, Charlie Murphy, Adam Nagaitis, Chloe Pirrie, Jonathan Pryce, Richard Cox, John Lunn, and David Raedeker. 2017. To walk invisible: the Brontë sisters.

Harvard (18th ed.)

  • WAINWRIGHT, S., LEWIS, K., ATKINS, F., MURPHY, C., NAGAITIS, A., PIRRIE, C., PRYCE, J., COX, R., LUNN, J., & RAEDEKER, D. (2017). To walk invisible: the Brontë sisters.

MLA (7th ed.)

  • Wainwright, Sally, Karen Lewis, Finn Atkins, Charlie Murphy, Adam Nagaitis, Chloe Pirrie, Jonathan Pryce, Richard Cox, John Lunn, and David Raedeker. To Walk Invisible: The Brontë Sisters. , 2017.

Turabian (6th ed.)

  • Wainwright, Sally, Karen Lewis, Finn Atkins, Charlie Murphy, Adam Nagaitis, Chloe Pirrie, Jonathan Pryce, Richard Cox, John Lunn, and David Raedeker. To walk invisible: the Brontë sisters. 2017.

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