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La Corda d'Oro, Vol. 1 by Yuki Kure1
La Corda d'Oro, Vol. 2 by Yuki Kure2
La Corda d'Oro, Vol. 3 by Yuki Kure3
La Corda d'Oro, Vol. 4 by Yuki Kure4
La Corda d'Oro, Vol. 5 by Yuki Kure5
La Corda d'Oro, Vol. 6 by Yuki Kure6
La Corda d'Oro, Vol. 7 by Yuki Kure7
La Corda d'Oro, Vol. 8 by Yuki Kure8
La Corda d'Oro, Vol. 9 by Yuki Kure9
La Corda d'Oro, Vol. 10 by Yuki Kure10
La Corda d'Oro, Vol. 11 by Yuki Kure11
La Corda d'Oro, Vol. 12 by Yuki Kure12
La Corda d'Oro, Vol. 13 by Yuki Kure13
La Corda d'Oro, Vol. 14 by Yuki Kure14
La Corda d'Oro, Vol. 15 by Yuki Kure15
La Corda d'Oro, Vol. 16 by Yuki Kure16
La Corda d'Oro, Vol. 17 by Yuki Kure17

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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