A Stylistic Analysis of a Selected Short Story in Agnes Newton Keith's Land below the Wind: Narratorial Shift, Ambivalence and Mimicry in Colonial Writing

@article{Pakri2014ASA,
  title={A Stylistic Analysis of a Selected Short Story in Agnes Newton Keith's Land below the Wind: Narratorial Shift, Ambivalence and Mimicry in Colonial Writing},
  author={Mohammad Rashidi Pakri and Elizabeth Joanny Openg},
  journal={Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences},
  year={2014},
  volume={134},
  pages={161-165}
}
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