|Author:||José A. Elgorriaga,Martin Paul,Rafael Alberti|
|Publisher:||KOSMOS; 1st edition (January 7, 1981)|
|Other formats:||mbr lit azw lrf|
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The Other Shore: 100 Poems by Rafael Alberti (Modern poets in translation series). 091642605X (ISBN13: 9780916426057).
Volume I of the KOSMOS Modern Poets in Translation Series. Spanish-English, xiii + 234 pages. Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 80-84602. The Other Shore: 100 Poems by Rafael Alberti (Modern poets in translation series).
by Martin Paul, Kosrof Chantikian, Jose A. Elgorriaga. ISBN13:9780916426057.
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