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Shelburne essays; Volume: 2

By More, Paul Elmer

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Title: Shelburne essays; Volume: 2  
Author: More, Paul Elmer
Volume: Volume: 2
Language: English
Subject: English literature, American literature
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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Publication Date:
1967
Publisher: New York, Phaeton Press

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Elmer, 1864-193, M. P. (1967). Shelburne essays; Volume: 2. Retrieved from http://www.worldebookfair.com/


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Supplemental catalog subcollection information: American Libraries Collection; Historical Literature; Series 1-5, 7 issued without distinctive titles; ser. 6. Studies of religious dualism. -ser. 8. The drift of romanticism. -ser. 9. Aristocracy and justic

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Contributor: University of Michigan; Digitized from the holdings of the Open Content Alliance (OCA); Additional Subject Descriptions: English literature; American literature; Book digitized by the library of the University of Michigan.

 

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