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The Cambridge Companion to Quine Roger F. Gibson Jr. 2004 01/04/13
The Cambridge Companion to Spenser Andrew Hadfield 2001 01/04/13
The Cambridge Companion to Coleridge Lucy Newlyn 2002 01/04/13
The Cambridge Companion to Debussy Simon Trezise 2003 01/04/13
The Cambridge Companion to Levinas Simon Critchley Robert Bernasconi 2002 01/04/13
The Cambridge Companion to Kafka Julian Preece 2002 01/04/13
The Cambridge Companion to Cervantes Anthony J. Cascardi 2002 01/04/13
The Cambridge Companion to Feminist Theology Susan Frank Parsons 2002 01/04/13
The Cambridge Companion to the Spanish Novel Harriet Turner Adelaida López De MartÍnez 2003 01/04/13
The Cambridge Companion to Reformation Theology David Bagchi David C. Steinmetz 2004 01/04/13
The Cambridge Companion to Byron Drummond Bone 2004 01/04/13
The Cambridge Companion to Schumann Beate Perrey 2007 01/04/13
The Cambridge Companion to John Cage David Nicholls 2002 01/04/13
The Cambridge Companion to Postmodern Theology Kevin J. Vanhoozer 2003 01/04/13
The Cambridge Companion to Medieval Women's Writing Carolyn Dinshaw David Wallace 2003 01/04/13
The Cambridge Companion to Edgar Allan Poe Kevin J. Hayes 2002 01/04/13
The Cambridge Companion to Jonathan Swift Christopher Fox 2003 01/04/13
The Cambridge Companion to Bruckner John Williamson 2004 01/04/13
The Cambridge Companion to Feminist Literary Theory Ellen Rooney 2006 01/04/13
The Cambridge Companion to Rossini Emanuele Senici 2004 01/04/13
The Cambridge Companion to Anselm Brian Davies Brian Leftow 2004 01/04/13
The Cambridge Companion to English Literature 1740-1830 Thomas Keymer Jon Mee 2004 01/04/13
The Cambridge Companion to Mary Shelley Esther Schor 2003 01/04/13
The Cambridge Companion to Contemporary Irish Poetry Matthew Campbell 2003 01/04/13
The Cambridge Companion to Martin Luther Donald K. Mckim 2003 01/04/13
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