List of Fictional Books - Additional Reading

Additional Reading

  • Kennedy, George A. Fictitious Authors and Imaginary Novels in French, English and American Fiction from the 18th to the Start of the 21st Century, Mellen Press, 2004. ISBN 0-7734-6251-1

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