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message 1: by Serena (new)

Serena | 4 comments Okay; is there some way to combine these "separate authors"?

Into :

He is the author of :

Cape Cod Ballads and Other Verse (1902)
Cap'n Eri: A Story of the Coast (1904)
Partners of the Tide (1905)
Mr. Pratt (1906)
Cape Cod Stories (1907)
Cy Whittaker's Place (1908)
Our Village (1909)
Keziah Coffin (1909)
The Depot Master (1910)
Cap'n Warren's Wards (1911)
The Woman-Haters: A Yarn of Eastboro Twin-lights (1911)
The Postmaster (1912)
The Rise of Roscoe Paine (1912)
Mr. Pratt's Patients (1913)
Cap'n Dan's Daughter (1914)
Kent Knowles: Quahaug (1914)
Thankful's Inheritance (1915)
Mary-'Gusta (1916)
Extricating Obadiah (1917)
"Shavings" (1918)
The Portygee (1920)
Galusha the Magnificent (1921)
Fair Harbor (1922)
Doctor Nye of North Ostable (1923)
Rugged Water (1924)
Queer Judson (1925)
The Big Mogul (1926)
The Aristocratic Miss Brewster (1927)
Silas Bradford's Boy (1928)
Blair's Attic (1929)
Blowing Clear (1930)
All Alongshore (1931)
Head Tide (1932)
Back Numbers (1933)
The Peel Trait (1934)
Storm Signals (1935)
Great-Aunt Lavinia (1936)
Storm Girl (1937)
Christmas Days (1938)
A. Hall & Co. (1938)
The Ownley Inn (1939)
Rhymes of the Old Cape (1939)
Out of the Fog (1940)
The New Hope (1941)
The Bradshaws of Harniss (1943)

I am uncertain of how to go about doing this (or if I can do this?) but any help I'm thankful for.

message 2: by Marisa (new)

Marisa (marisasorenson) | 558 comments Okay, so I've merged the first three. I'm not sure about the last one, so maybe someone wiser could give me some advice?

message 3: by Kama (new)

Kama (Okama) | 31 comments Can I ask you to correct the author of this book:

to be exactly this one: Thank you.

Nucking Futs the Fire Fairy Book-a-holic (firefairyholic) | 348 comments Kama wrote: "Can I ask you to correct the author of this book:

to be exactly this ..."


message 5: by Kama (new)

Kama (Okama) | 31 comments Thank you. :)

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