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Tragic themes in Spanish ballads

Edward M. Wilson

Tragic themes in Spanish ballads

the fifth Canning House annual lecture delivered at Canning House on Thursday, 24th April, 1958.

by Edward M. Wilson

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Published by Hispanic & Luso-Brazilian Councils] in [London .
Written in English


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SeriesDiamante -- 8, Annual lectures -- 5.
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Open LibraryOL20883638M

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Tragic themes in Spanish ballads: The fifth house Annual Lecture delivered at Canning House on Thursday, 24th April, (Diamante series -no, Canning House.

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