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The year in San Fernando. Introd. by Paul Edwards & Kenneth Ramchand
Bib ID 301886
Format BookBook
Author
Anthony, Michael, 1930-
 
Description [London] Heinemann in association with Andre Deutsch [1970] 
xxii, 184 p. 19 cm. 
ISBN 0435980319
Series

Caribbean writers series ; 1.

Notes

Label mounted on t.p.: Humanities Press, New York.

Subjects Boys -- Trinidad and Tobago -- Fiction.
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