With divine cohesion always a-sailing = Sempre veleggiando la divinante coesione
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With divine cohesion always a-sailing = Sempre veleggiando la divinante coesione by Giovanni Puglielli

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Published by Trevi in Roma .
Written in English

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Text in English & Italian.

StatementEmilio Villa, monograph; Giovanni Puglielli, paintings ; [English version by Lea Puglielli de" Giorgio and Dino Soave].
SeriesLo strappo -- 4
ContributionsVilla, Emilio.
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Open LibraryOL13743025M

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