George Meredith: The Critical Heritage: Volume 21 (The by Ioan Williams

By Ioan Williams

The serious background gathers jointly a wide physique of severe resources on significant figures in literature. every one quantity provides modern responses to a writer's paintings, allowing the scholar and researcher to learn the cloth themselves.

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