By Nathanael Busch
The function of the BIAS is, yr by way of 12 months, to attract cognizance to all scholarly books and articles at once keen on the matière de Bretagne. The bibliography goals to incorporate all books, studies and articles released within the yr previous its visual appeal, an exception being made for prior stories which were passed over inadvertently. the current quantity comprises over seven hundred entries on suitable courses that have been released in 2014.
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