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A Literary History of France: Volume V

by Charvet P.E.:

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1st Edition, Ernest Benn, London, 1967 Covers the period 1870-1940; Hardback: scarlet cloth, black lettering-piece, spine decorated in gilt, top edge red; Near fine in less fine dustwrapper.. Book.


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