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Ingmar Bergman: A Life in the Theater (Directors in Perspective)

Ingmar Bergman: A Life in the Theater (Directors in Perspective)

Ingmar Bergman: A Life in the Theater (Directors in Perspective)
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Ingmar Bergman: A Life in the Theater (Directors in Perspective)

by Marker, Frederick J.,Marker, Lise-Lone

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0521421217
ISBN 13
9780521421218
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Cambridge University Press, 1992-10-30. Paperback. Very Good. 0.9449 8.8976 5.9843. Edges shows minor shelf wear. Pages are clean and intact.

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Title
Ingmar Bergman: A Life in the Theater (Directors in Perspective)
Author
Marker, Frederick J.,Marker, Lise-Lone
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Paperback
Book Condition
Used - Very Good
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ISBN 10
0521421217
ISBN 13
9780521421218
Publisher
Cambridge University Press
Place of Publication
Cambridge
Date Published
1992-10-30
Size
0.9449 8.8976 5.9843
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1.2787 lb

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