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APA Citation

Monash University. National Centre for Australian Studies.  (1996).  Who's who of Australian children's writers.  Port Melbourne :  D.W. Thorpe in association with the National Centre for Australian Studies

MLA Citation

Monash University. National Centre for Australian Studies.  Who's who of Australian children's writers  D.W. Thorpe in association with the National Centre for Australian Studies Port Melbourne  1996

Australian/Harvard Citation

Monash University. National Centre for Australian Studies.  1996,  Who's who of Australian children's writers  D.W. Thorpe in association with the National Centre for Australian Studies Port Melbourne

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  | author1=Monash University. National Centre for Australian Studies
  | year=1996
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