Sixteenth century courtesy literature in relation to Tudor drama
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Sixteenth century courtesy literature in relation to Tudor drama an anatony of good counsel, 1500-1600. by Shanti Pahdi

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Thesis (Ph. D.)--Univ. of Birmingham, Dept. of English, 1963.

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Open LibraryOL19712319M

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