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English: London's book market 1700, distribution of titles according to Term Catalogue data with a special focus on the poetical and fictional production
Date 12 January 2010
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Author Olaf Simons
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Olaf Simons ( talk) 12:35, 12 January 2010 (UTC) The file is part of an ongoing book project, I can supply the data as xlsx file. Contact me for further details.


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