Austrian fiction writers after 1914

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Published by Gale Research in Detroit .

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  • Austrian fiction -- 20th century -- Bio-bibliography.,
  • Novelists, Austrian -- 20th century -- Biography -- Dictionaries.

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Statementedited by James Hardin and Donald G. Daviau.
SeriesDictionary of literary biography :, v. 85
ContributionsHardin, James N., Daviau, Donald G.
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LC ClassificationsPT3814 .A98 1989
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 394 p. :
Number of Pages394
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2189585M
ISBN 100810345633
LC Control Number89007890

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