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The fate of Virgil as conceived by Dante : a dialogue of the dead and the living between Walter Savage Landor and Willard Fiske

Author: Melville Best Anderson
Publisher: San Francisco : Printed by J.H. Nash, 1931.
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Named Person: Virgil; Dante Alighieri; Walter Savage Landor; Willard Fiske
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Melville Best Anderson
OCLC Number: 3019457
Notes: "Three hundred and fifty copies."
"This imagined conversation was written in response to a request from the president of Mills college for some contribution to the observance of the two-thousandth anniversary of the birth of Virgil."--Foreword.
Description: v, 19, [1] pages ; 33 cm
Responsibility: by Melville Best Anderson.

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