1 edition of Writers and their work. found in the catalog.
Writers and their work.
by Longmans Green for the British Council and the National BookLeague. in London
Written in English
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you have to be willing to take on the study and work. Even if you've written a great book, no one will ever see it if you can't get it in the hands of the right publisher.
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