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Literackie okruchy religijnych peregrynacji Brytyjczyków w Polsce (do początków XVIII wieku)


Napis, Seria XI (2005)


Cieszyńska, Beata ORCID


Wydawnictwo DiG

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24 cm ; Pol. text

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travel ; religious tolerance ; literature 16-18 c. ; Great Britain ; Poland


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