Frames of reference: an introduction to literature

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Wadsworth Pub. Co. , Belmont, Calif
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Statement[compiled by] Woodrow Ohlsen [and] Frank L. Hammond.
ContributionsHammond, Frank L., joint comp.
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LC ClassificationsPN6014 .O4
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Pagination399 p.
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Open LibraryOL5440462M
ISBN 100534003206
LC Control Number73089981
OCLC/WorldCa902551

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