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Author

Charles Augustus Kincaid, 1870-1954

Index:Deccan Nursery Tales.djvu
Illustrator

Mahadev Vishwanath Dhurandhar (1867–1944)

Title

Deccan nursery tales; or, Fairy tales from the south

Publisher

London : Macmillan

Year of publication

1914

Place of publication

London

Language

english

Description

NY3

Source

Internet Archive identifier : deccannurserytal00kinc

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