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The female Quixote, or, The adventures of Arabella;  s:en:Index:Arabella (First Edition - Volume 1 London).pdf  (Wikidata search (Cirrus search) Wikidata query (SPARQL)  Create new Wikidata item based on this file)
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ca. 1729-1804 Charlotte Lennox
Title
The female Quixote, or, The adventures of Arabella;
Volume 1
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London, New York, Oxford U.P.
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Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Language English
Publication date 1790
publication_date QS:P577,+1790-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
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current07:23, 23 March 2021Thumbnail for version as of 07:23, 23 March 20211,275 × 1,650, 297 pages (9.92 MB)CalendulaAsteraceae (talk | contribs)Added placeholders for missing pages.
02:32, 13 March 2021Thumbnail for version as of 02:32, 13 March 20211,275 × 1,650, 295 pages (9.88 MB)Languageseeker (talk | contribs)Importation from Internet Archive via IA-upload

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