The Harvard guide to influential books

113 distinguished Harvard professors discuss the books that have helped to shape their thinking
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Bibliographies & Indexes, Refe
ContributionsKim D. Parrish (Editor), Claudia Dissell (Editor)
The Physical Object
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Open LibraryOL9233151M
ISBN 100060550139
ISBN 139780060550134

The Harvard Guide to Influential Books: Distinguished Harvard Professors Discuss the Books That Have Helped to Shape Their Thinking Paperback – September 1, by C. Maury Devine (Author), Claudia M.

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