The Persian Manual: A Pocket Companion Intended to Facilitate the Essential Attainments of Conversing with Fluency and Composing with Accuracy, in the Most Graceful of All the Languages Spoken in the East

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W.H. Allen & Company, 1878 - Persian language - 439 pages
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