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You Just Don't Understand, Women and Men in Conversation by  Deborah Tannen - Paperback - Later Printing - 1991 - from Adventures Underground and Biblio.com

You Just Don't Understand, Women and Men in Conversation

by Tannen, Deborah

Condition: Good+/No Jacket


New York, New York: Ballantine Books, 1991. Later Printing. Softcover. Good+/No Jacket. Used Book: Trade Paperback Rubbing to covers with some scuffs at corners and spine ends.


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