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Oriental studies in the U.S.S.R. / [editor-in-chief, B. G. Gafurov ; translation from the Russian]
Bib ID 665598
Format BookBook
Author
Institut vostokovedeniia (Akademiia nauk SSSR)
 
Description Moscow : Nauka Pub. House, Central Dept. of Oriental Literature, 1975 
183 p. ; 20 cm. 
Full contents
  • Economics.
  • History, ideology, and culture.
  • Philology and linguistics.
 
Notes

"Comprises summaries of the most important works of the Institute of Oriental Studies ... 1970-1971."

Subjects Russian imprints -- Book reviews.  |  Asia -- Book reviews.  |  Middle East -- Book reviews.
Other authors/contributors Gafurov, B. G. (Bobodzhan Gafurovich), 1908-

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