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Cover: An Anthology of Modern Irish PoetryAn Anthology of Modern Irish PoetryDavis, WesPAPERBACK03/18/2013$30.00
Cover: The Letters of Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Barrett, 1845-1846, Volume 1: January 1845 to March 1846The Letters of Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Barrett, 1845-1846, Volume 1: January 1845 to March 1846Browning, Robert
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett
Kintner, Elvan
HARDCOVER08/20/2004$155.50
Cover: The Letters of Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Barrett, 1845-1846, Volume 2: March 1846 to September 1846The Letters of Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Barrett, 1845-1846, Volume 2: March 1846 to September 1846Browning, Robert
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett
Kintner, Elvan
HARDCOVER08/20/2004$155.50
Cover: A Monument More Durable than Brass: Donald & Mary Hyde Collection of Dr. Samuel JohnsonA Monument More Durable than Brass: Donald & Mary Hyde Collection of Dr. Samuel JohnsonHorrocks, Thomas A.HARDCOVER04/01/2010$35.00
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