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An Olive Schreiner Reader : Writings on Women and South Africa

An Olive Schreiner Reader : Writings on Women and South Africa

An Olive Schreiner Reader : Writings on Women and South Africa
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An Olive Schreiner Reader : Writings on Women and South Africa

by Barash, Carol

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ISBN 10
0863581188
ISBN 13
9780863581182
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Pandora Press, 1987. Soft Cover. Very Good. 1987 Pandora Press first edition paperback; very good copy, name crossed out on fep, appears unread; UK dealer, immediate dispatch

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Bookseller's Inventory #
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Title
An Olive Schreiner Reader : Writings on Women and South Africa
Author
Barash, Carol
Format/Binding
Soft Cover
Book Condition
Used - Very Good
Quantity Available
1
Binding
Paperback
ISBN 10
0863581188
ISBN 13
9780863581182
Publisher
Pandora Press
Place of Publication
London
Date Published
1987
Bookseller catalogs
africa;
Product_type
2

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