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Forthcoming Fall/Winter 2016:
Expanded and corrected edition of Dewey. The Correspondence will be extended with the addition
of 1,000 letters.
Addition of curated Public Domain editions to co-locate them with copyright editions. The first of these
will be The Collected Works of Dugald Stewart.
Luther's Works - Digital Edition in 55 volumes, Jaroslav Pelikan (Editor), Helmut T. Lehmann (General Editor) L.N. Tolstoy - Complete works, Л. Н. Топстой. Полное Собрание Сочинений. 91 volume series of Tolstoy's
of the brothers Grimm
Sigmund Freud (1856-1939)
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