A Week's Conversation on the Plurality of Worlds By Monsieur Fontenelle. Translated from the Last Paris Edition, Wherein Are Many Improvements Throughout; And Some New Observations ... by William Gard by Anonymous
  

A Week's Conversation on the Plurality of Worlds By Monsieur Fontenelle. Translated from the Last Paris Edition, Wherein Are Many Improvements Throughout; And Some New Observations ... by William Gard

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A Week's Conversation on the Plurality of Worlds By Monsieur Fontenelle. Translated from the Last Paris Edition, Wherein Are Many Improvements Throughout; And Some New Observations ... by William Gard by Anonymous

About the Author

The author writes the 'Living with Teenagers' column for the Guardian. She is also the mother of three teenagers whom she loves very much. She lives with her family in London.

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Format

Paperback / softback
230 pages

Author

Anonymous
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Publisher

Nabu Press

Publication date

8th April 2010

ISBN

9781148709215


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