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Title:Dime. Treinta cuentos
Format Type:Ebook
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Publisher:Alba Editorial
ISBN:8484287025
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Number of Pages:320
Category:Short stories, Fiction

Dime. Treinta cuentos by Mary Robison, Javier Montes

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Dime. Treinta cuentos i Dime Treinta cuentos i es una selecci n de relatos tomados de las tres colecciones de cuentos que la autora ha escrito durante los veinticinco a os de su carrera literaria A trav s de estas historias muchas de las cuales fueron publicadas por primera vez en la prestigiosa The New Yorker la autora nos introduce en su astuto mundo de personajes an nimos y comunes que a veces son intrigantes conspiradores fugitivos etc pero que nunca nos dejan indiferentes

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