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Wonder Woman. Introd. by Gloria Steinem. Interpretive essay by Phyllis Chesler. Designed by Bea Feitler
Bib ID 1976633
Format BookBook
Author
Marston, William Moulton, 1893-1947
 
Edition [1st ed.] 
Description New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston [c1972] 
1 v. (unpaged) illus. 29 cm. 
ISBN 0030053765
Notes

Selections from the series of comic books which the author produced under the pseud. Charles Moulton and which were originally published from 1941 to 1946.

"A Ms. book."

Bibliography: p. [191]-[192]

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245 1 0 |aWonder Woman.|cIntrod. by Gloria Steinem. Interpretive essay by Phyllis Chesler. Designed by Bea Feitler.
250 |a[1st ed.]
260 |aNew York,|bHolt, Rinehart and Winston|c[c1972]
300 |a1 v. (unpaged)|billus.|c29 cm.
500 |aSelections from the series of comic books which the author produced under the pseud. Charles Moulton and which were originally published from 1941 to 1946.
500 |a"A Ms. book."
504 |aBibliography: p. [191]-[192]
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