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Hop tuyen tho van Viet Nam
Bib ID 2293415
Format BookBook
Edition In lai lan 2 co sua chua bo sung. 
Description Ha Noi : Van hoc, <1976-1995 > 
v. <2-3; 4, pt. 1-2; v. 5, pt. 1-3; 6, pt. 1-2 > ; 20 cm. 
Series

Van hoc hien dai Viet Nam

Incomplete contents
  • tap 2. Van hoc the ky X-the ky XVII
  • tap 3. Van hoc the ky XVIII den giua the ky XIX
  • tap 4, quyen 1-2. 1858-1920
  • tap 5, quyen 1-3. 1920-1945
  • tap 6, quyen 1-2. Van hoc dan toc it nguoi.
 
Notes

Vol. 4, pt. 1 has series statement: Van hoc co can dai Viet Nam.

Vol. 5, pt. 1 issued in series: Van hoc hien dai Viet Nam.

Errata slip inserted.

Subjects Vietnamese literature.
Also Titled

Van hoc co can dai Viet Nam.

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