Furbank, P N and Owens, W R
The Defoe that never was: a tale of de-attribution.
The American Scholar, 66(2) pp. 276–284.
Furbank and Owens comment on the literature by Daniel Defoe. Defoe is a special case in English literature, and a bibliography of him needs to contain two categories: definite and certain attributions and merely probable ones
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