|Statement||Edited by Richard H. Dodge and Peter D. Lindblom.|
|Contributions||Lindblom, Peter D., 1938- joint comp.|
|LC Classifications||PS507 .D6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxv, 725 p.|
|Number of Pages||725|
|LC Control Number||74181338|
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