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The history and motives of literary forgeries, being the chancellor's English essay for 1891
Bib ID 1139800
Format BookBook
Author
Chambers, E. K. (Edmund Kerchever), 1866-1954
 
Description New York, B. Franklin [1970] 
37 p. 23 cm. 
Series

Burt Franklin bibliography & reference series ; 508

Essays in literature and criticism ; 71

Notes

On spine: Literary forgeries.

Reprint of the 1891 ed.

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Literary forgeries and mystifications.
Also Titled

Literary forgeries.

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