Rev. ed. / By John Dewey ... and James H. Tufts ...
Tufts, James Hayden, 1862-1942 (author)
New York : H. Holt and Company
"General literature" at beginning of each part
"Literature" at end of each chapter.
2 pages l., iii-xiii, 528 pages
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