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A history of French literature

from the earliest times to the great war

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      • Bibliography: p. 739-764.Second printing, June 1923--T.p. verso.Includes index.

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        PublishersH. Holt
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        LC Classifications1922
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 53 p. :
        Number of Pages61
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        ISBN 10nodata
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