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Hermann Hesse’s
An Open Source Reader
Edited by
Lee ArchieJeffrey BaggettBill PostonJohn G. Archie
Hermann Hesse’s
: An Open Source Reader
Edited by Lee Archie, Jeffrey Baggett, Bill Poston, and John G. ArchieVersion 0.3 EditionPublished January, 2004Copyright © GFDL 2004 by Lee Archie, Jeffrey Baggett, Bill Poston, JohnG. Archie
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