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Philosophaster Robert Burton translation bu Paul Jordon-Smith

Philosophaster Robert Burton translation bu Paul Jordon-Smith

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Publisher: Stanford University Press Stanford University, California London: Humphrey Milford Oxford University Press


Edition:first


Year: 1931


Description: NF, 283 pp.; rare 1931 Stanford University Press copy; a comedy by Robert Burton written in 1606 and first performed by the students of Christ Church, Oxford on February 16, 1617; S.F. Library on front and back of title page; no dj


Author: Robert Burton translation bu Paul Jordon-Smith

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