7 edition of On literature, cultures, and religion found in the catalog.
Originally published: Irving Babbitt: representative writings. [New ed.]. University of Nebraska Press, 1981. (On literature, culture, and religion). With new introd.
|Statement||Irving Babbitt ; editor : George A. Panichas, with new introduction.|
|Contributions||Panichas, George Andrew.|
|LC Classifications||PN37 .B2 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005054910|
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