3 edition of Contemporary thought of France found in the catalog.
Contemporary thought of France
Printed in Great Britain
|Statement||by Isaac Benrubi ... translated by Ernest B. Dicker|
|Series||Library of contemporary thought. General editor: W. Tudor Jones|
|Contributions||Dicker, Ernest Barratt, 1871-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 9-213,  p.|
|Number of Pages||213|
|LC Control Number||26027541|
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For example, he writes that it took an American, Robert Paxton, to write a complete account of Vichy France.4/5(7). France in Contemporary Fiction. Contemporary fiction (within the last 25 years or so) that is set in France and/or written by French authors.
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