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APA Citation

Maeterlinck, Maurice. & Fu, Donghua.  (1930).  Qing niao.  Shanghai :  Shang wu yin shu guan

MLA Citation

Maeterlinck, Maurice. and Fu, Donghua.  Qing niao / Fu Donghua yi  Shang wu yin shu guan Shanghai  1930

Australian/Harvard Citation

Maeterlinck, Maurice. & Fu, Donghua.  1930,  Qing niao / Fu Donghua yi  Shang wu yin shu guan Shanghai

Wikipedia Citation
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{{Citation
  | title=Qing niao / Fu Donghua yi
  | author1=Maeterlinck, Maurice, 1862-1949
  | author2=Fu, Donghua, 1893-1971
  | year=1930
  | publisher=Shang wu yin shu guan
  | language=Chinese
}}

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