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Van hoa dan gian Viet Nam trong boi canh van hoa Dong Nam A = The Vietnamese folklore in the context of South East Asian cultures / Dinh Gia Khanh
Bib ID 327956
Format BookBook
Author
Dinh Gia Khanh
 
Description Ha Noi : Khoa hoc xa hoi, 1993 
372 p. ; 19 cm. 
Notes

At head of title: Vien van hoa dan gian va Vien Dong Nam A.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 367-372).

Subjects Vietnam - Civilization.  |  Southeast Asia - Civilization.
Other authors/contributors Vien Dong nam A (Vietnam)  |  Vien Van hoa dan gian (Vietnam)
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Vietnamese folklore in the context of South East Asian cultures.

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