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From Australia and Japan / by A.M
Bib ID 714898
Format BookBook
Author
Murdoch, James, 1856-1921
 
Description London : Walter Scott, 1892 
290 p., [11] leaves of plates : ill. ; 20 cm. 
Full contents Felix Holt Secundus. - The wooing of Webster. - A Yoshiwara episode. - The bear hunt on Fuji-San. - A Tosa Monogatari of modern times. - Faustus junior, Ph.D. - Fred Wilson's fate 
Subjects Australia - Fiction.  |  Japan - Fiction.

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