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The Aristotle Collection - 29 Classic Works - cover

The Aristotle Collection - 29 Classic Works

Aristotle Aristotle

Publisher: Charles River Editors

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Acheron Press Collections provide history's greatest authors' collected works in a convenient collection complete with a linked table of contents. Acheron Press' goal is to provide the most complete, and most easy to read collections in the marketplace.

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