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The journal of Madame Callegari : the true story behind Alexandre Dumas's 1855 Journal de Madame Giovanni / Douglas Wilkie
Bib ID 6930714
Format BookBook [text, still image, volume]
Author
Wilkie, Douglas, 1947- author
 
Description [Melbourne] : Historia Incognita, 2015 
©2015 
410 pages : illustrations, maps, portraits, 1 plan, facsimiles ; 21 cm 
ISBN 9781320468312 (paperback)
Notes

Includes bibliographical references (pages 339-410)

Subjects Dumas, Alexandre, 1802-1870. Journal de Madame Giovanni.  |  Saint-Mars, Gabrielle Anne Cisterne de Courtiras, vicomtesse de, 1804-1872 -- Travel.  |  Voyages around the world.  |  Women travelers.  |  Australian

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