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The Book of the Bear : Being Twenty-One Tales / Newly Translated from the Russian by Jane Harrison and Hope Mirrlees ; the Pictures by Ray Garnett ; with a Pref. and Epilogue. Nonesuch Press, 1926.
State Library of NSW: MacPherson/ 0030
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