File:Austen - Emma. Part 2., 1906.djvu

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Title The novels and letters of Jane Austen
Volume

8

Publisher

New York ; Philadelphia : F.S. Holby

Year of publication

Language

English

Description

"This edition of The novels and letters of Jane Austen is limited to twelve hundred and fifty numbered and registered copies." This copy is no. 340

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Paolo Monti - Serie fotografica (Italia, 1954) - BEIC 6340859.jpg Available in the BEIC digital library and uploaded in partnership with BEIC Foundation.


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