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Main Author: Herder, Johann Gottfried, 1744-1803.
Language(s): German
Published: Carlsruhe : Im Bureau der deutschen Classiker, 1820-1829.
Subjects: Philosophy.
Aesthetics.
Literature > Literature / History and criticism.
Theology.
Physical Description: 44 v. in 23 ; 19 cm.
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