Author: Emile Souvestre
Title: Popular legends of Brittany. An English version of Souvestre's Foyer Breton, from a German translation by H. Bode
Publisher: Boston, Crosby, Michols & Co.
Contributor: New York Public Library
Size: 75 kb
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