File:Gli sposi promessi I.djvu

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Italiano: "Gli sposi promessi". Per la prima volta pubblicati nella loro integrità di sull'autografo da Giuseppe Lesca, con quattro facsimili, Tomo I, Francesco Perrella, Società Anonima Editrice, Napoli 1916
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