3 edition of Essays, Canadian literature in English found in the catalog.
Essays, Canadian literature in English
by University of Mysore, The Centre for Commonwealth Literature and Research in Mysore
Written in English
|Statement||Desmond Pacey ; edited, and with a preface [by] A.L. McLeod.|
|Series||Powre above powres -- 4|
|Contributions||McLeod, A. L.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||197|
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