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Series: Botteghe Oscure

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Botteghe oscure by Marguerite Caetani
Botteghe Oscure I by Marguerite Caetaniquaderno I 1948
Botteghe Oscure Iquaderno I 1948
Botteghe Oscure.
Botteghe Oscure II by Marguerite Caetaniquaderno II 1948
Botteghe Oscure II by BOTTEGHE OSCURE Rivista semestrale a cura di Marguerite Caetaniquaderno II 1948
Botteghe Oscure III by AA.VV.quaderno III 1949
Botteghe Oscure III by Marguerite Caetaniquaderno III 1949
Botteghe Oscure IV by Marguerite Caetaniquaderno IV 1949
Botteghe Oscure V by Marguerite Caetaniquaderno V 1950
Botteghe Oscure VII by Marguerite Caetaniquaderno VII 1951
Botteghe Oscure VIII by Marguerite Caetaniquaderno VIII 1951
Botteghe Oscure IX by Marguerite Caetaniquaderno IX 1952
Botteghe Oscure X by Marguerite Caetaniquaderno X 1952
Botteghe Oscure XI by Marguerite Caetaniquaderno XI 1953
Botteghe Oscure XIquaderno XI 1953
Botteghe Oscure XII by Marguerite Caetaniquaderno XII 1953
Botteghe Oscure XIII by Marguerite Caetaniquaderno XIII 1954
Botteghe Oscure XIV by Marguerite Caetaniquaderno XIV 1954
Botteghe Oscure XVI by Marguerite Caetaniquaderno XVI 1955
Botteghe Oscure XVII by Marguerite Caetaniquaderno XVII 1956
Botteghe Oscure XVIII by Marguerite Caetaniquaderno XVIII 1956
Botteghe Oscure XIX by Literary Magazinequaderno XIX 1957
Botteghe Oscure XIX by Marguerite Caetaniquaderno XIX 1957
Botteghe Oscure XX by Marguerite Caetaniquaderno XX 1957
Botteghe Oscure XXI by Marguerite Caetaniquaderno XXI 1958
Botteghe Oscure XXII by Marguerite Caetaniquaderno XXII 1958
Botteghe Oscure XXIII by Marguerite Caetaniquaderno XXIII 1959

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International Review Of New Literature. A biannual review publishing original poetry and fiction from England, Germany, Italy, France, Spain and the U.S. in the original language. 1948-1960.

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