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Irish women authors an exhibition : February 1-June 3, 1994 by University of Delaware. Library. Special Collections.

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Published by University of Delaware Library in Newark, Del .
Written in English



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  • English literature -- Irish authors -- Bibliography -- Exhibitions,
  • English literature -- Women authors -- Bibliography -- Exhibitions,
  • Irish literature -- Women authors -- Bibliography -- Exhibitions,
  • Women and literature -- Ireland -- Bibliography -- Exhibitions,
  • Ireland -- In literature -- Bibliography -- Exhibitions

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Edition Notes

StatementSpecial Collections Hugh M. Morris Library.
LC ClassificationsZ2037 .U55 1994, PR8733 .U55 1994
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 41 p. :
Number of Pages41
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1160512M
LC Control Number94138962

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