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The Existentialism of Alberto Moravia : Joan Ross and Donald Freed ; with a preface by Harry T. Moore.

Author: Joan Ross, spécialiste de Moravia.; Donald Freed; Southern Illinois university at Carbondale.
Publisher: Carbondale : Edwardsville, Southern Illinois University Press ; London, Amsterdam, Feffer and Simmons [1972]
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Named Person: Alberto Moravia
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joan Ross, spécialiste de Moravia.; Donald Freed; Southern Illinois university at Carbondale.
OCLC Number: 463480268
Notes: Crosscurrents: modern critiques. _ Copyright 1972. _ Index.
Description: 22 cm., XVI-172 p.
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