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Beauty and the Beast
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I. Title: The Beauty and the Beast
II. Author: Jeanne-Marie Le Prince de Beaumont
III. Place and Date of Publication: In 1994 in United States by Transedition Books, division of Andromeda oxford Limited,11-15 The Vineyard abindon, oxfordshire ox 14 3PX,England
IV. Number of Pages: 13 pages
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