American Studies, vol. 123: Contradictory violence: revolution and subversion in the Caribbean
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Published by Universit atsverl. C. Winter Heidelberg GmbH in Heidelberg .
Written in English


  • American Literature

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SeriesAmerican Studies -- 123
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Open LibraryOL22635253M
ISBN 103825350207

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