The Pot of Gold and Other Stories

The Pot of Gold and Other Stories

The Pot of Gold and Other Stories

Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman / Mary E. Wilkins

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Wildside Press
Año de edición:
2005
ISBN:
9781557423764
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This fine collection includes sixteen of Mary E. Wilkins Freeman's classic stories: 'The Pot of Gold,' 'The Cow with the Golden Horns,' 'The Christmas Monks,' 'The Silver Hen,' and many more. 3

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