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Lettres inedites de Sainte-Beuve a Collombet
Bib ID 1983739
Format BookBook
Author
Sainte-Beuve, Charles Augustin, 1804-1869
 
Edition Publiees par C. Latreille et M. Roustan. 
Description Paris : Societe Francaise d'Imprimerie et de Librairie, 1903 
271p. tables. 19cm. 
Other authors/contributors Collombet, Francois Zenon, 1808-1853  |  Latreille, Camille, 1870-1927  |  Rouston, Marius, 1870-
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700 1 |aLatreille, Camille,|d1870-1927.
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