Prolegomena to the study of German writers in Soviet exile, 1929-1945

by David Pike

Publisher: Univ. Microfilms in Ann Arbor

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Photocopy of a dissertation submitted in Stanford University, 1978.

Statementby David Pike.
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Number of Pages512
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