Which Part Of A Scholarly Book Describes The Book’s Scope, Argument, And Research Methods?

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This course’s scope, variety. However similar, Ratner-Rosenhagen’s book is hardly identical to my undergraduate course. It reflects a generation of research and scholarly innovation as well as.

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