Benvenuto Cellini Had No Prejudice Against Bronze

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Benvenuto Cellini Had No Prejudice Against Bronze

By Anna Melissa Graves
Author, 1943
176 pp. $2.00
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Letters written by West Africans, illustrative of their problems and points of view. This is a companion piece to the author's similar collections of letters from the Near and Far East: "But the Twain Do Meet" and "The Far East is Not Very Far."

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