File:Auto-retrato, Miguel de Unamuno, Revista Ibérica, 30-09-1902.djvu

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Español: Artículo de Miguel de Unamuno.
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Source Miguel de Unamuno (30-09-1902) Auto-retrato, Revista Ibérica, año I, nº5, pp. 1-2
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