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This set contains of forty volumes overlaying 19th and 20th century ecu and American authors. those volumes can be to be had as an entire set, mini boxed units (by topic) or as person volumes.
This moment set compliments the 1st sixty eight quantity set of Critical background released through Routledge in October 1995.

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