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The Magic Flute: Adapted from the Opera by W. A. Mozart by P. Craig Russell
Opera/Parsifal, Salome, Mahler, Pelleas & Melisande by P. Craig Russell
The P. Craig Russell Library Of Opera Adaptations (Russell, P. Craig. V. 3.) by P. Craig Russell
The P. Craig Russell Library of Opera Adaptations: Vol. 2: Adaptations of Parsifal, Ariane & Bluebeard, I Pagliacci & Songs By Mahler by P. Craig Russell
P. Craig Russell's Opera Adaptations Clothbound Set (The P. Craig Russell Library of Opera Adaptations) by P. Craig Russell
The Ring of the Nibelung by P. Craig Russell
The Ring of the Nibelung, Volume 1: The Rhinegold & The Valkyrie by P. Craig Russell
The Ring of the Nibelung, Volume 2: Siegfried & Gotterdammerung: The Twilight of the Gods by P. Craig Russell

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  4. Concrete, Volume 4: Killer Smile by Paul Chadwick (1994)
  5. The Authentic Librettos of the Wagner Operas by Richard Wagner (1938)
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  7. Spirit Archives, Volume 3 by Will Eisner (1980)
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  11. Jack the Ripper by Rick Geary (1995)
  12. The Chronicles of Conan, Vol.3: The Monster of the Monoliths and Other Stories by Roy Thomas (2003)
  13. Strangehaven, Volume 1: Arcadia by Gary Spencer Millidge (1998)
  14. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's the Magic Flute #3 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1990)
  15. Starstruck by Elaine Lee (2011)

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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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