Expanding the View of First-Person Narration

  title={Expanding the View of First-Person Narration},
  author={Andrea Schwenke Wyile},
  journal={Children's Literature in Education},
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  • Robyn R. Warhol
  • Art
    PMLA/Publications of the Modern Language Association of America
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