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Indo Anglican Literature 1880-1970

A. Williams

Indo Anglican Literature 1880-1970

A Survey

by A. Williams

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Published by South Asia Books .
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ISBN 100883869969
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Aestheticism and Decadence. A.D. The Edwardian Period. A.D. E-book Download (12) Edmund Spenser (1) Edward Fitzgerald (1) (35) Indo-Anglican Literature (34) Interesting Facts (9) Interpreter of Maladies (2)   The Book of Common Prayer of the Anglican Church of Ghana This BCP, available on Charles Wohlers' website, is a revision of the Prayer Book with slight modifications to reflect Ghanaian independence and local Anglo-Catholic practice.

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Junius Brutus. See Alex Tickell (ed.), Selections from Williams, H. Indo-Anglican Literature A Survey. Calcutta; Orient The Servants of Knowledge gratefully acknowledges the help of the Indian Academy of Sciences in providing space and logistical support for our efforts in Bangalore.

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