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Literary Encounters with the Reign of Literary encounters book 1st Edition by Sharon H. Ringe (Editor), H.C. Paul Kim (Editor) ISBN Editor’s Note: This week we celebrate the publication of a new book from NR senior editor David Pryce-Jones: Signatures: Literary Encounters of a Lifetime is a collection of vignettes of Literary encounters book.
Literary Encounters of a Lifetime By David Pryce-Jones David Pryce-Jones weaves a vivid life story through vignettes of the many famous authors—friends, acquaintances, interview subjects—who gave him personally inscribed books.
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