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New Women Short Stories by Canadian Women, 1900-1920. Sandra Campbell
New Women  Short Stories by Canadian Women, 1900-1920

Author: Sandra Campbell
Published Date: 18 Oct 1997
Publisher: University of Ottawa Press
Language: English
Format: Paperback| 336 pages
ISBN10: 077660323X
ISBN13: 9780776603230
Publication City/Country: Ottawa, Canada
Imprint: none
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Dimension: 127x 203x 25mm| 412g
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