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His way is thro' chaos and the bottomless and pathless: The gender of madness in Alfred Tennyson's poetry.

Marysa Demoor (UGent)
(2002) NEOPHILOLOGUS. 86(2). p.325-335
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Demoor, Marysa. “His Way Is Thro’ Chaos and the Bottomless and Pathless: The Gender of Madness in Alfred Tennyson's Poetry.” NEOPHILOLOGUS 86.2 (2002): 325–335. Print.
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Demoor, M. (2002). His way is thro’ chaos and the bottomless and pathless: The gender of madness in Alfred Tennyson's poetry. NEOPHILOLOGUS, 86(2), 325–335.
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Demoor, Marysa. 2002. “His Way Is Thro’ Chaos and the Bottomless and Pathless: The Gender of Madness in Alfred Tennyson's Poetry.” Neophilologus 86 (2): 325–335.
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Demoor, Marysa. 2002. “His Way Is Thro’ Chaos and the Bottomless and Pathless: The Gender of Madness in Alfred Tennyson's Poetry.” Neophilologus 86 (2): 325–335.
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Demoor M. His way is thro’ chaos and the bottomless and pathless: The gender of madness in Alfred Tennyson's poetry. NEOPHILOLOGUS. 2002;86(2):325–35.
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M. Demoor, “His way is thro’ chaos and the bottomless and pathless: The gender of madness in Alfred Tennyson’s poetry.,” NEOPHILOLOGUS, vol. 86, no. 2, pp. 325–335, 2002.
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