6 edition of The Idea of the Novel in Europe, Sixteen Hundred to Eighteen Hundred (The Gotham library of the New York University Press) found in the catalog.
The Idea of the Novel in Europe, Sixteen Hundred to Eighteen Hundred (The Gotham library of the New York University Press)
July 1, 1979
by New York University Press
Written in English
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