Cyclopedia of Literary Characters: Jonathan Wild-Peder Victorious
Salem Press, Jan 1, 1998 - Literary Criticism - 497 pages
Cyclopedia of Literary Characters, Revised Edition examines more than 29,000 major characters from 3,294 important works of literature. It includes the major characters from over 1,400 titles appearing in Masterplots, Revised Second Edition (1996). This comprehensive edition combines the characters profiled in Cyclopedia of Literary Characters (1963) and Cyclopedia of Literary Characters II (1990). It also includes all characters that appeared in more recent works of Masterplots II published through 1995. This revised work includes 574 articles on new titles and 84 rewritten articles, with allnew title, author, and character indexes.
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Cyclopedia of Literary Characters, Volume 4; Volumes 1475-1970
A. J. Sobczak,Frank Northen Magill
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