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Series: Portraits of Greatness

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Alexander der Grosse und seine Zeit by Enzo Orlandi
Buddha und seine Zeit by Gabriele Mandel
Caesar by Giancarlo Buzzi
Delacroix by Adelaide Murgia
Giordano by Alverà Pierluigi
The Life & Times of Elizabeth (Portraits of Greatness) by Massimo Rossaro
The Life & Times of Louis XIV (Portraits of Greatness) by Alfredo Panicucci
The Life & Times of Peter the Great by Giancarlo Buzzi
The Life & Times of Washington by Mario Rivoire
The life and times of Beethoven; (Portraits of greatness) by Gino Pugnetti
The life and times of Charlemagne by Giancarlo Buzzi
The life and times of Chopin by Adelaide Murgia
The Life and Times of Columbus by Cesare Giardini
The life and times of Cortés by Roberto Bosi
The Life and Times of Dante. Curtis International Portraits of Greatness by Maria Luisa Rizzatti
The life and times of Durer; (Portraits of greatness) by Adelaide Murgia
The life and times of Genghis Khan by Gabriele Mandel
The Life and Times of Goethe by Horst Hohendorf
The Life and Times of Goya by Mario Lepore
The Life and Times of Michelangelo by Maria Luisa Rizzatti
The Life and Times of Napoleon by Mario Rivoire
The life and times of Raphael by Liana Bortolon
The Life and Times of St. Francis by Agostino Ghilardi
The life and times of Titian by Liana Bortolon
The life and times of Tolstoy by Vicenzo Gibelli
The life and times of Victor Hugo by Cesare Giardini
Life Times And Art Of Leonardo by Enzo Orlandi
Lincoln by Maria Luisa Rizzatti
Mantegna by Adelaide Murgia
Mascagni by Mario Pasi
Mozart by Gino Pugnetti
Portraits of Greatness: Gershwin by Florence Stevenson De Santis
Puccini by Giuseppe Tarozzi
Rembrandt by Mario Lepore
Respighi by Alverà Pierluigi
Robespierre by Luigi Mario Pizzinelli
Rossini by A. Pierluigi
Rubens by Mario Lepore
Shakespeare by Maria Pia Rosignoli
Toscanini by John W. Freeman
Verdi by Gino Pugnetti
PORTRAITS OF GREATNESS SET - 8 Volumes - Curtis International, 1967: The Life & Times of Beethoven, Elizabeth, Goya, Goethe, Washington, Peter the Great, Napolean, Louis XIV. by Enzo Orlandipart set

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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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