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Christian Winther (1796–1876)

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Title Fire Noveller

Universitetsboghandler C. A. Reitzel


Bianco Lunos Bogtrykkeri

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Dansk: Fire Noveller af Christian Winther. Indeholder novellerne Skriftestolen, En Hevn, Et Hjertes Gaade og En Aftenscene.
English: The short story collection Fire Noveller by Christian Winther.

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