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9789715420839 - Redactor: Leopoldo Y. Yabes: Philippine Short Stories: Part 1--1925-1940
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Redactor: Leopoldo Y. Yabes (?):

Philippine Short Stories: Part 1--1925-1940 (1999) (?)

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ISBN: 9789715420839 (?) or 9715420834, in english, 502 pages, Univ of Philippines Pr, Used

PHP 4,250 ( 72.80)¹(without obligation)
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Tapa blanda, Label: Univ of Philippines Pr, Univ of Philippines Pr, Produktgruppe: Libro, Publiziert: 1999-03, Studio: Univ of Philippines Pr
Platform order number Amazon.es (Int.): 8rRZdxsrxEreGXlbSqifO3duqQUujH VRrYiRmUTXBNg9%2BGIyg1LCqO4Ifb a3wL6%2F%2F1NTOZc%2B%2FBY15QYS kruBw7X3lap7HZP1TxxvXj7x77ZIlB au0Zglxoy1fBI7t%2Bhg
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ISBN (alternative notations): 971-542-083-4, 978-971-542-083-9
9789715420839 - Redactor: Leopoldo Y. Yabes: Philippine Short Stories: Part 1--1925-1940
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Redactor: Leopoldo Y. Yabes (?):

Philippine Short Stories: Part 1--1925-1940 (1999) (?)

Delivery from: Spain

ISBN: 9789715420839 (?) or 9715420834, in english, 502 pages, Univ of Philippines Pr, New

PHP 3,610 ( 61.82)¹(without obligation)
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Tapa blanda, Label: Univ of Philippines Pr, Univ of Philippines Pr, Produktgruppe: Libro, Publiziert: 1999-03, Studio: Univ of Philippines Pr
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ISBN (alternative notations): 971-542-083-4, 978-971-542-083-9
9789715420839 - Editor: Leopoldo Y. Yabes: Philippine Short Stories 1925-1940
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Editor: Leopoldo Y. Yabes (?):

Philippine Short Stories 1925-1940 (1999) (?)

ISBN: 9789715420839 (?) or 9715420834, in english, 596 pages, University of Philippines Press, Paperback, New

PHP 8,100 ($ 185.47)¹ + Shipping: PHP 170 ($ 3.99)¹ = PHP 8,270 ($ 189.46)¹(without obligation)
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Students of Philippine literature will find this anthology invaluable as a reference and will appreciate the discussion and information provided by the editor in his introductory essays. paperback, Label: University of Philippines Press, University of Philippines Press, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 1999-03, Studio: University of Philippines Press, Verkaufsrang: 4194718
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ISBN (alternative notations): 971-542-083-4, 978-971-542-083-9
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Philippine Short Stories 1925-1940 (1999) (?)

ISBN: 9789715420839 (?) or 9715420834, in english, University of Philippines Press, Paperback, Used

PHP 5,160 ( 88.40)¹ + Shipping: PHP 210 ( 3.59)¹ = PHP 5,370 ( 91.99)¹(without obligation)
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Category: Fiction|Anthologies (multiple authors), Fiction|Short Stories (single author)
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ISBN (alternative notations): 971-542-083-4, 978-971-542-083-9
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Editor: Leopoldo Y. Yabes (?):

Philippine Short Stories 1925-1940 (1999) (?)

ISBN: 9789715420839 (?) or 9715420834, in english, 596 pages, University of Philippines Press, Paperback, Used

PHP 2,050 ($ 39.00)¹ + Shipping: PHP 210 ($ 3.99)¹ = PHP 2,260 ($ 42.99)¹(without obligation)
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Students of Philippine literature will find this anthology invaluable as a reference and will appreciate the discussion and information provided by the editor in his introductory essays. paperback, Label: University of Philippines Press, University of Philippines Press, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 1999-03-01, Studio: University of Philippines Press, Verkaufsrang: 5309881
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Keywords: Books, Literature & Fiction, Short Stories & Anthologies
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ISBN (alternative notations): 971-542-083-4, 978-971-542-083-9
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