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New Mimesis Shakespeare and the Representation of Reality by A. D. Nuttall - Paperback - 2007 - from Orange Cat Bookshop (SKU: 20)

New Mimesis Shakespeare and the Representation of Reality

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New Mimesis Shakespeare and the Representation of Reality

by A. D. Nuttall

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  • fair
  • paperback
Condition
Fair
ISBN 10
0300118651
ISBN 13
9780300118650
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Cover has a stain on the top right corner. Bottom right cover corner is slightly bowed. Pages are clean. Binding is solid.

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Bookseller
Orange Cat Bookshop US (US)
Bookseller Inventory #
20
Title
New Mimesis Shakespeare and the Representation of Reality
Author
A. D. Nuttall
Book condition
Used - Fair
Quantity available
1
Binding
Paperback
ISBN 10
0300118651
ISBN 13
9780300118650
Publisher
Yale University Press
Place of Publication
New Haven
Date published
2007
LCCN
2006938856

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Orange Cat Bookshop is an online and pop-up bookseller based in Santa Fe, New Mexico. We feature a curated selection of some new, but mostly used titles. Our emphasis is on history, politics, philosophy, literature, women, black, and lgbtq studies. Our collection is comprised of works gathered from library sales, thrift stores, estate sales, and through direct purchasing from distributors.
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