Magill's Survey of World Literature: Golding-Kipling
Frank Northen Magill
Marshall Cavendish Corporation, 1995 - Authors - 2852 pages
A comprehensive survey of classic world literature with an emphasis on history, criticism, and mini-biographies of noted authors.
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