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“But why did he bother creating from whole cloth when, for instance, Vincent Cronin's one-volume life of Napoleon offered quite enough material on which to build an imaginative script?”
“This was an excellent one-volume political and military history of the Korean War”
“In 1933, as the Nazis came to power, a few German Jews decided to publish a substantial one-volume encyclopedia to demonstrate their contribution and successful integration into the establishment.”
“Hiroaki Samura may be best known for Blade of the Immortal (Dark Horse), but if you want an easier (and less expensive) way to observe his birthday, I strongly recommend his one-volume Ohikkoshi (also from Dark Horse).”
“So I may have to pick up this one-volume new edition, just for nostalgia's sake.”
“Apparently there is also an equivalent one-volume Italian-to-Latin edition that was published in 2003, but only in a run of 500 copies.”
“There is a one-volume German-to-Latin dictionary, the Neues Latein Lexikon, as well.”
“The one-volume story is slightly larger than the usual manga format, black and white, and 192 pages.”
“Another shot from this series was tipped in to the first one-volume edition of Collins's sensational melodrama The Woman in White, which was published that year by Sampson, Low & Son.”
“(An abridged English-language volume had been published in 1985 by Solzhenitsyn scholar Edward Ericson.) "Not without bitterness, Alexander Isayevich entrusted me to arrange a one-volume 'Archipelago' — a volume for schools," she said, using Mr. Solzhenitsyn's patronymic.”
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