Series: Die englische Literatur in Text und Darstellung

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Die englische Literatur in Text und Darstellung. Band 1 - 10. Band 1: Mittelalter, RUB 7764 / Band 2: 16. Jahrhundert, RUB 7765 / Band 3: 17. Jahrhundert I, RUB 7766 / Band 4: 17. Jahrhundert II, RUB 7767 / Band 5: 18. Jahrhundert I, RUB 7768 / Band 6: 18. Jahrhundert II, RUB 7769 / Band 7: 19. Jahrhundert I, RUB 7770 / Band 8: 19. Jahrhundert II, RUB 7771 / Band 9: 20. Jahrhundert I, RUB 7772 / Band 10: 20. Jahrhundert II, RUB 7773 by Raimund Borgmeier1-10
Mittelalter by Heinz Bergner1
Die englische Literatur 02 in Text und Darstellung. 16. Jahrhundert. by Horst Weinstock2
Die englische Literatur in Text und Darstellung 3 : 17. Jahrhundert I by Rainer Lengeler3
Die englische Literatur 04 in Text und Darstellung. 17. Jahrhundert 2. by Elmar Lehmann4
Die englische Literatur 05 in Text und Darstellung. 18. Jahrhundert 1. by Dietrich Rolle5
Die englische Literatur 06 in Text und Darstellung. 18. Jahrhundert 2. by Walter Pache6
19. Jahrhundert 1. Romantik by Raimund Borgmeier7
Die englische Literatur 08 in Text und Darstellung. 19. Jahrhundert 2 by Bernhard Reitz8
Die englische Literatur in Text und Darstellung 9 : 20. Jahrhundert I by Hans U. Seeber9
Die englische Literatur in Text und Darstellung, 20 Jhdt.II by hrsg.. Borgmeyer10

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