1 edition of North Africa: literary crossroads found in the catalog.
North Africa: literary crossroads
|Statement||Eric Sellin and Hédi Abdel-Jaouad, guest editors.|
|Series||Literary review -- v. 41, no. 2|
|Contributions||Sellin, Eric., Abdel-Jaouad, Hédi.|
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