1 edition of Graphics of silence in 16th-century literature found in the catalog.
Graphics of silence in 16th-century literature
1988 by Department of French and Italian, University ofLouisiana in Baton Rouge .
|Statement||guest editor: Tom Conley.|
|Series||L"Esprit cre ateur -- vol.28, no.2|
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