2 edition of Personality in literature 1913-1931. found in the catalog.
Personality in literature 1913-1931.
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About the Book. The present volume contains fourteen selected papers in English by the late G. –D. Sontheimer and follows up on his earlier volume King of Hunters, Warriors, and. Personality in Literature is a popular book by Rolfe Arnold Scott-James. Read Personality in Literature, free online version of the book by Rolfe Arnold Scott-James, on Rolfe Arnold Scott-James's Personality in Literature consists of 18 parts for ease of reading. Choose the part of Personality in Literature which you want to read from the table of .
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