Tales of the Passions: In which is Attempted an Illustration of Their Effects on the Human Mind: Each Tale Comprised in One Volume, and Forming the Subject of a Single Passion, Volum 1

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G. Wilkie and J. Robinson, 1808 - 415 sider
 

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