2 edition of Asian response to American literature. found in the catalog.
Asian response to American literature.
Papers presented at an Asian seminar on American literature, held in Srinagar, 1970, under the sponsorship of the United States Educational Foundation in India.
|Statement||Edited by C. D. Narasimhaiah.|
|Contributions||Narasimhaiah, C. D., United States Educational Foundation in India., Asian Seminar on American Literature (1970 : Srinagar)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 463 p.|
|Number of Pages||463|
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Asian response to American literature. [C D Narasimhaiah; United States Educational Foundation in India.;] Papers presented at an Asian seminar on American literature, held in Srinagar,under the sponsorship of the United States Educational Foundation in India.
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