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Elizabethan woman

Carroll Camden

Elizabethan woman

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Published by Elsevier in Houston, Tex, London .
Written in English


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Bibliography: p303-315.

StatementCarroll Camden.
The Physical Object
Pagination333p., 13p. of plates :
Number of Pages333
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Open LibraryOL18203996M


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