1 edition of 22 contemporary Cypriot prose-writers found in the catalog.
22 contemporary Cypriot prose-writers
Translated from the Greek.
|Other titles||Twenty-two contemporary Cypriot prose-writers.|
|Statement||by Nicos S. Spanos ; translations by David Bailey and others.|
|Contributions||Spanos, Nicos S.|
|LC Classifications||PA5648.2.E5 A13 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||111 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||111|
|LC Control Number||84180649|
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22 Contemporary Cypriot Prose-Writers. Introduction and biographical notes by Nicos S. Spanos. Translations by 22 contemporary Cypriot prose-writers book Bailey et al.
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