eBook Rome the Sorceress / La sorciere de Rome (Bloodaxe Contemporary French Poets) (English, French and French Edition) download
by Andre Frenaud
Author: Andre Frenaud
Publisher: Bloodaxe Books Ltd; French-English bilingual ed edition (November 26, 1996)
Language: English French
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Translated by Keith Bosley. Frénaud is a strong and original French poet who deserves to be much better known in this country
Publication Date : 27 Jan 1996. Translated by Keith Bosley. Introduction by Peter Broome. Frénaud is a strong and original French poet who deserves to be much better known in this country.
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