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* The editor would like to thank several colleagues in Moscow and St. Petersburg, in particular Dr Vladimir Mažuga of the Academy of Sciences in the latter city, for their unstinting help in completing a number of bibliographical entries which the author of the book under review had left incomplete or had failed to include in his bibliography (340–366), especially in the Russian part (340–350).

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