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English and Scottish Ballads, Selected and Ed. by F. J. Child

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Издательство: "Книга по Требованию" (2011)

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CHILD, FRANCIS JAMES

   an American scholar, born in Boston; professor of Anglo-Saxon and Early English Literature at Harvard; distinguished as the editor of Spenser and of "English and Scottish Ballads," "a monumental collection"; b. 1825.

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