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Asian influences on Australian literature : proceedings of a symposium held by the Library Society, State Library of New South Wales 7 May 1988
Bib ID 666138
Format BookBook
Description Canberra : Cultural Relations Section, AACR Branch, Dept. of Foreign Affairs and Trade, [1988?] 
32, 37 p. 30 cm. 
Series

Occasional papers (Australia. Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Cultural Relations Section)

Notes

Cover title.

Subjects Australian literature - Asian influences.
Other authors/contributors State Library of New South Wales. Library Society  |  Australia. Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Cultural Relations Section

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