2 edition of Perspectives on Nineteenth Century Italian Novels (University of Toronto Italian Studies, 5) found in the catalog.
Perspectives on Nineteenth Century Italian Novels (University of Toronto Italian Studies, 5)
by Dovehouse Editions
Written in English
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Perspectives on nineteenth-century Italian novels. Ottawa: Dovehouse Editions, [i.e. ] (OCoLC) Named Person: S Bernard Chandler; S Bernard Chandler; S Bernard Chandler: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Guido Pugliese.
Get this from a library. Perspectives on nineteenth-century Italian novels: presented to Prof. Bernard Chandler. [S Bernard Chandler; Guido Pugliese;]. Publication Type: book reviews Publication Year: Publication Bibliography: G. Pugliese, Perspectives on Nineteenth-Century Italian Novels, Ottawa: Dovehouse, ; Quaderni d'italianistica, 2, Publication Reference Link: Break down of publication data into fields.
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