A bibliography of the writings of Samuel Butler (author of Erewhon) and of writings about him

by A. J. HoppeМЃ

Publisher: B. Franklin in New York

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Originally published 1925.

Statementby A. J. Hoppé. With some letters from Samuel Butler to F. G. Fleay, now first published.
SeriesBurt Franklin: bibliography and reference series 178
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LC ClassificationsZ8137.8 .H79 1968
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Paginationxv, 184 p.
Number of Pages184
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Open LibraryOL5598250M
LC Control Number68004130

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