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Seventeenth-Century Fiction : Text and Transmission. / Glomski, Jacqueline (Editor); Moreau, Isabelle (Editor).

Oxford Univerity Press; Oxford, 2016. 256 p.

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Glomski, J & Moreau, I (eds) 2016, Seventeenth-Century Fiction: Text and Transmission. Oxford Univerity Press; Oxford.

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Glomski, J., & Moreau, I. (Eds.) (2016). Seventeenth-Century Fiction: Text and Transmission. Oxford Univerity Press; Oxford.

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Glomski J, (ed.), Moreau I, (ed.). Seventeenth-Century Fiction: Text and Transmission. Oxford Univerity Press; Oxford, 2016. 256 p.

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Glomski, Jacqueline (Editor) ; Moreau, Isabelle (Editor). / Seventeenth-Century Fiction : Text and Transmission. Oxford Univerity Press; Oxford, 2016. 256 p.

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