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Website: Amazon
Manufacturer: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
Release date: 28 February 1998
ISBN-10 : 0374525285 | ISBN-13: 9780374525286
Norway (3), Modernism (2), .43 (1), .adult (1), My 30s (1), Fiction (1), Oslo (1), Psychology (1), Lunacy (1), Classics (1), *saipal (1), Novel (1), Sult (1), 1850-1899 (1), Novels (1), Read In 2011 (1), Northern Europe (1), 1890s (1), Angst (1), 1890 (1)
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