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letter from Richard Aldington and a summary bibliography of Count Potocki"s published works.
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Get this from a library. A letter from Richard Aldington; and a summary bibliography of Count Potocki's published works. [Richard Aldington; Geoffrey Potocki de Montalk, Count.] -- Brief letter of thanks from Richard Aldington, a bibliography of Count Potocki of Montalk's publications and a list of material available from the Mélissa :// Easton Press Norwalk, CT.: A Letter from Richard Aldington and a Summary Bibliography of Count Potocki's Published Works.
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