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The Human Voyage of Self-Discovery: Essays in Honour of Brendan Purcell

The Human Voyage of Self-Discovery: Essays in Honour of Brendan Purcell

The Human Voyage of Self-Discovery: Essays in Honour of Brendan Purcell
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The Human Voyage of Self-Discovery: Essays in Honour of Brendan Purcell

by Leahy, Brendan; Walsh, David

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9781847304308
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Veritas, 2014 Book. Very Good+. Soft cover. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Minor shelf wear. Otherwise a square, tight, unmarked book. 326 pp. .

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Title
The Human Voyage of Self-Discovery: Essays in Honour of Brendan Purcell
Author
Leahy, Brendan; Walsh, David
Format/Binding
Paperback
Book Condition
Used - Very Good+
ISBN 10
1847304303
ISBN 13
9781847304308
Publisher
Veritas
Place of Publication
Ireland
Date Published
2014
Size
8vo - over 7¾" - 9&f
Keywords
The Human Voyage of Self-Discovery: Essays in Honour of Brendan Purcell

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