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Kitachōsenbon o dō yomu ka / Wada Haruki, Takasaki Sōji hencho
北朝鮮本をどう読むか / 和田春樹, 高崎宗司編著
Bib ID 3532929
Format BookBook
Edition Shohan. 
初版. 
Description Tōkyō : Akashi Shoten, 2003 
東京 : 明石書店, 2003 
252 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm. 
ISBN 9784750316840
4750316849
Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

北朝鮮関係書物の洪水1984-2002グループ・ナム作成:p198-233北朝鮮本関係略年表:p235-239.

Subjects Korea (North) -- Bibliography -- Catalogs.  |  Chōsen(Kita).  |  Tosho kaidai.  |  Korea (North) -- Imprints.
朝鮮(北) jlabsh/3.  |  図書解題 jlabsh/3.
Other authors/contributors Wada, Haruki  |  Takasaki, Sōji
和田春樹  |  高崎宗司

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