Book reviews: Arts & humanities

Abramson, Sherle
December 1993
Library Journal;12/15/1993, Vol. 118 Issue 21, p129
Book Review
Reviews the book `The Age of Innocence: A Portrait of the Film Based on the Novel by Edith Wharton,' by Martin Scorsese and Jay Cocks.


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