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bibliography of short stories held in Bournemouth University library

Matt Holland

bibliography of short stories held in Bournemouth University library

by Matt Holland

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Published by Bournemouth University Library in Poole .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementprepared by Matt Holland ; introduction by Russell Murray.
The Physical Object
Pagination13 leaves ;
Number of Pages13
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20815568M

Much of this year's new work in bibliography appears in the growing collection of journals dedicated to the field. Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America (94[]) includes the following articles in addition to reviews: ‘“People of the Book”: The Production of Theological Texts in Early Modern England’ by Kari Konkola (pp. 5–34); ‘A Stop Press Correction in Christina   holdings at the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill Wilson Library Rare Book Collection demonstrate a hunger for the earliest writings of Sherlock Holmes. A Study in Scarlet, The Sign of Fou,r and the short stories compiled in the Adventures and Memoirs appeared times in the books examined at ://

The Gift of the Magi is featured in our collections: Christmas Stories and Short Stories for Middle you enjoyed it, try Giovanni Boccaccio's Federigo's Falcon, and The Necklace, both employing ironic twists, and great examples for comparative analysis. Teachers and students may benefit from our The Gift of the Magi Study Guide to more fully enjoy the ://   Series 4: Bibliography/resources listings re Sri Lanka Manuscripts on Ceylon held in the British Library (envelope with photocopies, card references etc) Ceylon. Dept of Census and Statistics. An annotated bibliography of the departmental publications. Sri Lanka. Ministry of Finance and Planning. Economic Affairs ://

  Pulp magazines with short stories by John D. McDonald. John D. MacDonald. John Dann MacDonald was born on J , in Sharon, Pennsylvania. He left the Wharton School of Finance at the University of Pennsylvania during his sophomore year and proceeded to engage in a series of menial jobs in New York  › Special Collections Divison.   Atlantic Narratives: Modern Short Stories (English) (as Author) The Best Short Stories of , and the Yearbook of the American Short Story (English) (as Contributor) Gerpen, E. Van. See: Van Gerpen, E. Gerrare, Wirt, Greener, William Oliver; The Story of Moscow (English) (as Author) Gerretsen, J. H. (Jan Hendrik),


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