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Contos tradicionaes do povo portuguez
Subtitle com um estudo sobre a novellistica geral e notas comparativas
Livraria Universal de Magalhães e Moniz Editores
Typhographia Elzeviriana
Object type literary work / version, edition, or translation Edit this at Wikidata
Language Portuguese
Publication date [1883?]
Place of publication Porto
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