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The Cultural Revolution of the Nineteenth

The Cultural Revolution of the Nineteenth Century: Theatre, the Book-Trade and Reading in the Transatlantic World by Marcia Abreu, Ana Claudia Suriani da Silva

The Cultural Revolution of the Nineteenth Century: Theatre, the Book-Trade and Reading in the Transatlantic World



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The Cultural Revolution of the Nineteenth Century: Theatre, the Book-Trade and Reading in the Transatlantic World Marcia Abreu, Ana Claudia Suriani da Silva ebook
ISBN: 9781784531775
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Page: 304
Publisher: I. B.Tauris & Company, Limited


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