The colonial roots of American fiction. Notes toward a new theory.pdf

The colonial roots of American fiction. Notes toward a new theory PDF

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The Colonial Roots of American Fiction: Notes toward a New Theory by Battilana, Marilla Publisher: Leo S. Olschki Editore (1988-01-01 ) Binding/Media: Paperback SKU: b5s1-130911-p01 Condition: Fine DJ Condition: None Description: Review copy with "Campione Gratuito" stamp inside front cover and review postcard laid-in. Fresh unmarked softcover in tan wraps, tight and square with no spine creases. The Colonial Roots of American fiction Notes toward a new theory. Opuscoli accademici, vol. 17. 1988, cm 17 x 24, 96 pp. ISBN: 9788822235886. € 22,00 . Non ci sono altri libri in elenco . La casa editrice; Norme editoriali; Notizie ed eventi; Links; Contatti; Dove siamo; Mappa del sito; Catalogo;

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