Series: Transatlantic Review

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Behind the Scenes: Theater and Film Interviews from the Transatlantic Review by Joseph F. McCrindleexcerpts
Stories from the Transatlantic review by Joseph F. McCrindlebestof
Transatlantic Review. Vols. 1-2 (1924) by Ford Madox Fordvol. 1-2 1924
Transatlantic Review 46/746/7
THE TRANSATLANTIC REVIEW : NUMBER 8 WINTER 1961. by J. F. (Editor) McCrindle n°8 1961
Transatlantic Review Nos. 15-16 1964 by Unknownn°15-16 1964
Transatlantic Review No. 24 1967 by Joseph McCrindlen°24 1967
Transatlantic Review, Number 27, wintern°27 1968
The Transatlantic Review: Number 27 Winter 1967 - 68 by J F McCrindle (editor)n°27 1968
The Transatlantic Review No. 31n°31
The Transatlantic Review 32 55/56n°32
Transatlantic Review 45 by Variousn°45
Transatlantic Review 52 by Gerard Malangan°52

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