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The Voice Within - Pushkin Prize - winning entries from Scotland and Russia 1989 - 1998

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The Voice Within - Pushkin Prize - winning entries from Scotland and Russia 1989 - 1998

by Illus. Alison Prince, ed. Mary Baxter, intro. Edwin Morgan

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9780953459605
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The Pushkin Prizes in Scotland Glasgow 1999 HB An anthology of poems and prose from secondary school children in Scotland and Russia, with a foreword from Pushkin's great-great-granddaughter, Lady Butter. Ex-lib, in hard laminated illustrative library binding, clean and sound, good. 128pp 0

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Seller Inventory #
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Title
The Voice Within - Pushkin Prize - winning entries from Scotland and Russia 1989 - 1998
Author
Illus. Alison Prince, ed. Mary Baxter, intro. Edwin Morgan
Format/binding
Hardcover
Book condition
Used - Good
Quantity available
1
Binding
Hardcover
ISBN 10
0953459608
ISBN 13
9780953459605
Publisher
The Pushkin Prizes in Scotland Glasgow 1999 HB
Place of Publication
Scotland
This edition first published
1999
Keywords
SCOTLAND, SCOTTISH, RUSSIA, RUSSIAN, POETRY, ANTHOLOGY, PUSHKIN PRIZE, CHILDREN, JUVENILE

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