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Tha Xanárthoun ta Chelidónia

by Papadaki, Alkyoni

Condition: New Book from Greece


Athens: Kalentis, 2015. Yung Olanthi trying to survive in a society of contrasts, where hardness stands next to compassion, laughter comes along with tears, hate nestles next to love.... lives and hopes in a world full of suffering. Numerous individuals and lives intersect to form a continuous narrative, each with its own history....composing a novel that reflects a world that lives and acts in a time of deep crisis the author unfolds the characters and their destiny like the thread of Ariadne.. 1st Greek Ed.. French Wraps. New Book from Greece.
  • Bookseller: KALAMOS BOOKS CA (CA)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 30137
  • Title: Tha Xanárthoun ta Chelidónia
  • Author: Papadaki, Alkyoni
  • Format/binding:Paperback
  • Book condition: New Book from Greece
  • Edition: 1st Greek Ed.
  • Binding: Paperback
  • ISBN 10:9502193296
  • ISBN 13:9789502193298
  • Publisher: Kalentis
  • Place: Athens
  • Date published: 2015
  • Keywords: Greece Modern Fiction
  • Bookseller catalogs: Greek Fiction;
  • Subjects: FOREIGN LANGUAGE STUDY / Greek (Modern);


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