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Nong cun xin shi duo / "Nong cun xin shi duo" bian xie zu bian xie
农村新事多/ 《农村新事多》编写组编写
Bib ID 1510158
Format BookBook
Description Shanghai : Shanghai ren min chu ban she, 1977 
上海 : 上海人民出版社, 1977 
29 pages : ill. ; 19 cm. 
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Colophon title.

Subjects Agriculture and state -- China -- Fiction.  |  Agriculture and state -- China -- Poetry.
Other authors/contributors "Nong cun xin shi duo" bian xie zu
《农村新事多》编写组
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Nongcun xinshi duo.

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