2 edition of Dialogues with traditions in Canadian literatures = found in the catalog.
Dialogues with traditions in Canadian literatures =
|Other titles||Dialogues des traditions dans les littératures du Canada|
|Statement||edited by/sous la direction de Anna Branach-Kallas and/et Piotr Sadkowski.|
|Contributions||Branach-Kallas, Anna., Sadkowski, Piotr.|
|LC Classifications||PS 8061 D53 2005 AEU|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||177 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||177|
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