Ballads Done Into English From The French Of François Villon
by François Villon, Algernon Charles Swinburne, Andrew Lang, Dante Gabriel Rossetti (Trans.)
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- Ballads Done Into English From The French Of François Villon
- François Villon, Algernon Charles Swinburne, Andrew Lang, Dante Gabriel Rossetti (Trans.)
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- Poetry, Prose, Literature, 15th, Fifteenth, Century, Paris, France, French, Classics, Fine, Binding, Press
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