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Twentieth century book of the dead (edition 1972)

by Gil Elliot

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Title:Twentieth century book of the dead
Authors:Gil Elliot
Info:C. Scribner (1972), Hardcover, 242 pages
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Scary black cover and all about public death on a mass scale.
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