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Slavic history and literatures

by Harvard university. Library

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0674810902
ISBN 13
9780674810907
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Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard university library, 1971 ¶ ONLY EDITION, now out of print. An essential tool for Russian and Slavonic bibliography; being the shelflist of the most important academic collection of Slavica in North America--including the celebrated Kilgour collection in the Houghton Library--, together with indexes by author, title, and date. (Series: Harvard university. Library. Widener library shelflist, 28-31.) ||| Collation: Four volumes in 16s (281 x 211 mm). Binding: Publisher's red cloth gilt. Condition: A fine set..

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Title
Slavic history and literatures
Author
Harvard university. Library
Book condition
Used
Binding
Hardcover
ISBN 10
0674810902
ISBN 13
9780674810907
Publisher
Harvard university library
Place of Publication
Cambridge, Mass.
Date published
1971
Keywords
Slavs Slavonic Eastern Europe European Russia Russian Ukraine Ukrainian Belorussia Belorussian Belorus Poland Polish Czech Serbia Serbian Croatia Croatian Bulgaria Bulgarian literature bibliography bibliographies catalog catalogs catalogue catalogues refe
Bookseller catalogs
Russian Literature; ABE current; ¶ current;

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