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Essays / English Institute
Bib ID 2160681
Format JournalJournal
Author
English Institute
 
Description New York : Columbia University Press, 1947-1959 
14 v. ; 20 cm. 
ISSN 0071-0598 
Summary

Papers and addresses presented at the meetings of the Institute.

Numbering Note Each vol. has also a distinctive title. 
Notes

Each vol. has also a distinctive title.

Life Dates 1946-1959 
Later Title

Selected papers from the English Institute

Former Title

English Institute. Annual

Frequency Annual 
Subjects English philology.
Also Titled

English Institute essays

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    Collect from: Main Reading Room (O/S Serials) - Most pre 2005 held offsite
    Call Number: S 820.4 ENG
    Status: Available
    Items/Issues Held: 1956-1959
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