Written in English
|Statement||Nicolas Grospierre ; edited by Alona Pardo and Elias Redstone ; with a contribution by Adam Mazur|
|Contributions||Pardo, Alona, editor, Redstone, Elias, editor, Mazur, Adam, writer of added commentary|
|LC Classifications||TR659 .G767 2018|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||222|
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