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Author, Given Names. Title of Thesis: Subtitle. Year. University, Thesis type.
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Thesis in print: Unpublished
Woznica, Mirek. A Counter-History of Art. 1997. Murdoch U, PhD thesis.
Thesis in print: Published
Darling, Charles W. Giver of Due Regard: The Poetry of Richard Wilbur. 1977. U. of CT, PhD dissertation. Merganser Press, 1979.
Thesis from a full text database
Kane, Sonia. Acts of Coercion: Father-Daughter Relationships and the Pressure to Confess in British Women's Fiction, 1778-1814. 2003. City U of New York, PhD dissertation. ProQuest, www.proquest.com/docview/305332804.
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Chew, Cynthia Mei-Li. "It's Stupid Being a Girl!': The Tomboy Character in Selected Children’s Series Fiction. 2009. Murdoch U, PhD thesis. Murdoch University Research Repository, researchrepository.murdoch.edu.au/id/eprint/454/.