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The Columbia University course in literature.

Freeport, N.Y., Books for Libraries Press [1969, c1928-29] .
ISBN 8369000375

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Subjects Literature -- Collections.
Description 18 v. illus., ports. 24 cm.
Contents v. 1. The wisdom of the East.--v. 2. The glory that was Greece.--v. 3. The power of Rome.--v. 4. Medieval song and story.--v. 5. The voice of Italy.--v. 6. Old France and the Revolution.--v. 7. Romance and realism in modern France.--v. 8. The great literature of small nations.--v. 9. The German mind.--v. 10. Scandinavian and Slavonic literature.--v. 11. Shakespeare to Dryden.--v. 12. Pope to Burns.--v. 13. The romantic revival in England.--v. 14. The great Victorians.--v. 15. Writers of modern England.--v. 16. Early days in America.--v. 17. The American tradition in letters.--v. 18. Writers in modern America.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00003035
(OCoLC)3035
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