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The Humanist Tradition in the West, Alan Bullock

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Titulli: The Complete Prefaces of Bernard Shaw

Origjinali: The Complete Prefaces of Bernard Shaw

Autori:  Alan Bullock 

Gjinia: Filozofi, Histori

Shtëpia botuese: W.W Norton & Company

Viti: 1985

Fq.208

Pesha: 0.561 kg

ISBN: 0-393-02237-4

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