File:Manhattan Transfer (John Dos Passos, 1925).djvu

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John Dos Passos: Manhattan Transfer  wikidata:Q107183365 reasonator:Q107183365,_1925).djvu
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label QS:Lja,"マンハッタン乗換駅"
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label QS:Lnl,"Manhattan Transfer"
label QS:Lzh,"曼哈頓中轉站"
label QS:Lko,"맨해튼 트랜스퍼"
label QS:Lit,"Manhattan Transfer"
label QS:Lde,"Manhattan Transfer"
label QS:Lru,"Манхэттен"
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Genre novel Edit this at Wikidata
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Language English Edit this at Wikidata
Publication date 1925 Edit this at Wikidata
Place of publication New York City Edit this at Wikidata
Place of creation United States of America Edit this at Wikidata
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