Dovlatov S.: The Suitcase


The Suitcase

Характеристика издания

Пособие/книга "The Suitcase", автором которой является Dovlatov S., издана "Alma Classics". Издание выполнено в мягкой бумажной обложке и растиражировано.

 

Описание

Several years after emigrating from the USSR, the author discovers the battered suitcase he had brought with him gathering dust at the back of a wardrobe. As he opens the suitcase, the seemingly undistinguished items he finds inside take on a riotously funny life of their own as Dovlatov inventories the circumstances under which he acquired them.

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The Suitcase

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The Suitcase
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Год издания: 
2013
Число страниц: 
138
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Мягкая бумажная
Формат: 
19.7 x 12.8 x 1

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