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E. Page, Ruth
2003. Feminist narratology? Literary and linguistic perspectives on gender and narrativity. Language and Literature: International Journal of Stylistics 12:1  pp. 43 ff. Crossref logo
Juzwik, Mary M.
2004. What rhetoric can contribute to an ethnopoetics of narrative performance in teaching: The significance of parallelism in one teacher's narrative. Linguistics and Education 15:4  pp. 359 ff. Crossref logo
Page, Ruth E.
2002. Evaluation in childbirth narratives told by women and men. Discourse Studies 4:1  pp. 99 ff. Crossref logo

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