2 edition of Cross-currents in 17th century English literature found in the catalog.
Cross-currents in 17th century English literature
Sir Herbert John Clifford Grierson
First published in 1929 under title: Cross currents in 17th century English literature. Bibliographical footnotes.
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The Background of English Literature, Classical and Romantic, and Other Collected Essays and Addresses by Grierson, Herbert J. C and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at greggdev.com The seventeenth century was a defining period in British philosophy.
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