Zuleika Dobson, Or, An Oxford Love Story
Beerbohm's satire of undergraduate life at Oxford, "Zuleika Dobson", first published in 1911, is a classic work whose neglect is sure to remedied by this republication in the Modern Library.Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.
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