Geklibene Verk.

Kulbak, Moshe.

Published by CYCO Bikher Farlag, 1953
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Octavo, grey cloth with blue lettering, 311 pp. In Yiddish. OCLC Number: 7755714. Bookseller Inventory # 36025

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Title: Geklibene Verk.
Publisher: CYCO Bikher Farlag
Publication Date: 1953
Binding: Hardbound
Book Condition: Very Good

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