(2015): Volume 67 (Bibliography of the International by Nathanael Busch

By Nathanael Busch

The objective of the BIAS is, 12 months by means of yr, to attract recognition to all scholarly books and articles without delay eager about the matière de Bretagne. The bibliography goals to incorporate all books, studies and articles released within the 12 months previous its visual appeal, an exception being made for previous experiences which were passed over inadvertently. the current quantity includes over seven-hundred entries on appropriate guides that have been released in 2014.

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