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The Oxford companion to Australian literature / William H. Wilde, Joy Hooton, Barry Andrews
Bib ID 1106310
Format BookBook
Author
Wilde, W. H. (William Henry)
 
Edition Paperback ed., with corrections. 
Description Melbourne : Oxford University Press, 1991, c1985 
x, 760 p. ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 0195532732 (paperback)
Invalid ISBN 0145532732 (paperback)
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Oxford reference

Subjects Australian literature - Dictionaries.  |  Australian literature - Bio-bibliography - Dictionaries.
Other authors/contributors Hooton, Joy W. (Joy Wendy), 1935-  |  Andrews, Barry G. (Barry Geoffrey), 1943-1987
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Australian literature.

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