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Tao Xingzhi jiao yu lun wen xuan ji / Fang Yuyan bian
陶行知教育論文選輯 / 方與嚴編
Bib ID 5820003
Format BookBook
Author
Tao, Xingzhi, 1891-1946
陶行知, 1891-1946
 
Edition Zai ban. 
再版. 
Description Shanghai : Sheng huo, du shu, xin zhi san lian shu tienfa xing, 1950 
上海 : 生活・讀書・新知三聯書店發行, 1950 
[2], 211 p., [1] p. of plates : ill., port. ; 21 cm. 
Notes

鉛印本.

Subjects Education.
Other authors/contributors Fang, Yuyan
方與嚴
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