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The Cambridge Companion to Allegory

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 (ISBN-13: 9780521680820)

The Cambridge Companion to Allegory
Cambridge University Press
9780521862295 - The Cambridge Companion to Allegory - Edited by Rita Copeland and Peter T. Struck
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The Cambridge Companion to Allegory

Edited by

Rita Copeland

University of Pennsylvania

Peter T. Struck

University of Pennsylvania

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First published 2010

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Library of Congress Cataloguing in Publication data

The Cambridge companion to allegory / edited by Rita Copeland and Peter Struck.
p. cm. – (Cambridge companions to literature)
Includes index.
ISBN 978-0-521-86229-5 (hardback)
1. Allegory. I. Copeland, Rita. II. Struck, Peter T., 1954– III. Title. IV. Series.
PN56.A5C35 2010
809′.915 – dc22 2009048601

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