Makers of the Modern World: The Lives of Ninety-two Writers, Artists, Scientists, Statesmen, Inventors, Philosophers, Composers, and Other Creators who Formed the Pattern of Our Century
The lives of 92 writers, artists, scientists, inventors, statesmen, philosophers, composers and other creators.
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