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Australian literature to 1900 : a guide to information sources / Barry G. Andrews, William H. Wilde
Bib ID 2601926
Format BookBook
Author
Andrews, Barry G. (Barry Geoffrey), 1943-1987
 
Description Detroit, Mich. : Gale Research Co., c1980 
xxii, 472 p. ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 0810312158
0810312158
0810312158
0810312158
Series

Gale information guide library

American literature, English literature, and world literatures in English information guide series ; v. 22

Full contents Includes indexes. 
Notes

Includes indexes.

Subjects Australian literature - Bibliography.  |  Australian literature - 19th century - Bibliography.  |  Australia - In literature - Bibliography.
Other authors/contributors Wilde, W. H. (William Henry), joint author

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