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Symposion 1993 (Swedish softcover)
Editions Complexe 1987 (French paperback)
Jack l'Eventreur et les Fantasmes Victoriens
Roland Marx
Editions Complexe, 1987. Paperback, 189 pp. Bib., index.
ISBN 2-87027-204-9. French.

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