Daughters of the Desert: Stories of Remarkable Women from Christian, Jewish and Muslim Traditions
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Turner Publishing Company, 2012.
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9781594734472
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Claire Rudolf Murphy., Claire Rudolf Murphy|AUTHOR., Megha Nuttall Sayres|AUTHOR., Mary Cronk Farrell|AUTHOR., & Sarah Conover|AUTHOR. (2012). Daughters of the Desert: Stories of Remarkable Women from Christian, Jewish and Muslim Traditions . Turner Publishing Company.

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Claire Rudolf Murphy et al.. 2012. Daughters of the Desert: Stories of Remarkable Women From Christian, Jewish and Muslim Traditions. Turner Publishing Company.

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Claire Rudolf Murphy et al.. Daughters of the Desert: Stories of Remarkable Women From Christian, Jewish and Muslim Traditions Turner Publishing Company, 2012.

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Claire Rudolf Murphy, et al. Daughters of the Desert: Stories of Remarkable Women From Christian, Jewish and Muslim Traditions Turner Publishing Company, 2012.

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