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Bruno, king of the wild
Michel AimeМ‡ Baudouy
by Bodley Head
Written in English
Translation of "Bruno, roi de la montagne" (Editions de l"Amitie,̇ 1953).
|Statement||translated from the French by Marie Ponsot, illustrated by Johannes Troyer.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||159|
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