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Sŏn-Yŏng taejo taehak = The great learning / translated by James S. Gale
鮮英對照大學 = The great learning / translated by James S. Gale
Bib ID 1610690
Format BookBook
Description Kyŏngsŏng : Chosŏn Yaso Kyosŏhoe, Taejŏng 13 [1924] 
京城 : 朝鮮耶蘇敎書會, 大正 13 [1924] 
1, 20, 11 pages ; 21 cm. 
Notes

Cover title.

In Korean and English.

Subjects Da xue
Other authors/contributors Gale, James Scarth, 1863-1937
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Taehak

Great learning

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