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Publisher: Association for Scottish Literary Studies (July 9, 1998)
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Boswell in Scotland and Beyond: Papers Given at ASLS Conference 1994 (Occasional Paper) by William Prosser,etc.

by William Prosser/ etc. · data of the paperback book Boswell in Scotland and Beyond . by: William Prosser · etc. Paperback. ISBN: 978-48877-35-3. Association for Scottish Literary Studies · 1998.

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