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Garland Science
Films, cinema, Literature: History & Criticism, Women"s studies, Women In Literature, Film catalogs, Motion Pictures (Specific Aspects), United States, Film adaptations, United Kingdom, Great Britain, Literature, Adaptations, Catalogs, Women authors, Motion pic
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ISBN 100824085299
ISBN 139780824085292

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