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APA Citation

Wilde, Oscar. & Engelhorn, Charlotte Christine. & Greve, Felix B.  (1918).  Der Junge Konig.  Weimar :  Gustav Kiepenheuer

MLA Citation

Wilde, Oscar. and Engelhorn, Charlotte Christine. and Greve, Felix B.  Der Junge Konig / Oscar Wilde  Gustav Kiepenheuer Weimar  1918

Australian/Harvard Citation

Wilde, Oscar. & Engelhorn, Charlotte Christine. & Greve, Felix B.  1918,  Der Junge Konig / Oscar Wilde  Gustav Kiepenheuer Weimar

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{{Citation
  | title=Der Junge Konig / Oscar Wilde
  | author1=Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900
  | author2=Engelhorn, Charlotte Christine
  | author3=Greve, Felix B
  | year=1918
  | publisher=Gustav Kiepenheuer
  | language=German
}}

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