American and British Writers in Mexico, 1556-1973 - Drewey Wayne Gunn

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Drewey Wayne Gunn - American and British Writers in Mexico, 1556-1973 ebook

American and British Writers in Mexico is the study that laid the foundation upon which subsequent examinations of Mexico's impact upon American and British letters have built. Chosen by the Mexican government to be placed, in translation, in its public l



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