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Kindai Nihon no bungaku : seiō bungaku no eikyō / Senuma Shigeki cho
近代日本の文学 : 西欧文学の影響 / 瀨沼茂樹著
Bib ID 2017616
Format BookBook
Author
Senuma, Shigeki
瀨沼茂樹
 
Description Tōkyō : Shakai Shisō Kenkyūkai Shuppanbu, 1959 
東京 : 社会思想研究会出版部, 1959 
280 p. : ports. ; 16 cm. 
Series

Gendai kyōyō bunko ; 256.

Gendai kyōyō bunko ; 256.

現代敎養文庫 ; 256.

Notes

Honʼyaku ryakunenpyō: p. 243-277.

翻訳略年表: p. 243-277.

Subjects Japanese literature -- 1868- -- History and criticism.

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