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Kuiluinī khetʻ Mranʻ mā cā pe samuiṅʻʺ / Moṅʻ Khaṅʻ Maṅʻ, Dhanu phrū
Bib ID 5017435
Format BookBook
Author
Khaṅʻ Maṅʻ Moṅʻ, 1942-
 
Edition 1. ʾa krimʻ. 
Description Ranʻ kunʻ : Citʻ kūʺ khyuiʺ khyuiʺ Cā pe, 2010 
307 p. ; 21 cm. 
Series

Burmese collection literature, rhetoric & criticism

Summary

On the history of Burmese literature in the British colonial period, including novels, poetry, plays and prose. Study divided into periods 1826-1920, 1920-1930, 1930-1940.

Notes

Author: Danuphyu Maung Khin Min.

Includes bibliographical references (p. [283]-296) and index.

In Burmese.

Subjects Burmese literature.  |  Burmese literature -- History and criticism.

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