number of parts of a work of art (P2635)

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the number of parts that a work of art consists of
  • number of movements
  • number of stanzas
  • number of chapters
  • number of pictures
  • number of volumes
  • number of scenes
  • number of segments of anthology film
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number of parts of a work of art
the number of parts that a work of art consists of
  • number of movements
  • number of stanzas
  • number of chapters
  • number of pictures
  • number of volumes
  • number of scenes
  • number of segments of anthology film

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A la recherche du temps perdu by Marcel Proust contains an estimated 9,609,000 characters (each letter counts as one character. Spaces are also counted, as one character each). (English)
7 September 2017