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Gentō : tantei shōsetsu / Eijin Burakku kōen ; Imamura Jirō sokki
幻燈 : 探偵小説 / 英人ブラック講演 ; 今村次郎速記
Bib ID 7582631
Format BookBook [text, still image, volume]
Author
Kairakutei, Burakku, 1858-1923, author
快楽亭ブラック, 1858-1923, author
 
Description Tōkyō : San'yūsha, Meiji 25 [1892] 
東京 : 三友舎, 明治 25 [1892] 
96 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm 
Notes

Caption title.

Fiction. Black dictated the story, and Imamura Jirō took down it in shorthand.

Colour lithograph front cover.

Subjects Australian
Other authors/contributors Imamura, Jirō, transcriber
今村次郎, transcriber

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