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The Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, Complete Contents Dresden Edition - Twelve Volumes

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Skyler Myers
Feb 18, 2014 Skyler Myers rated it liked it
Recommends it for: People interested in a list of things that Robert Ingersoll has written
This is simply a list of things that Robert Ingersoll has written, which alone takes up over a dozen pages. None of his work is actually included in this but it is still a nice reference, though nothing you can't find for free online.
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