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Classics/modern classics Gilgi, one of us
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- ISBN: 9780241391808
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A brilliant, bestselling feminist novel from Weimar Germany, from the author of Child of All Nations' A formidable literary talent ... Sharp yet naive, Gilgi is utterly human' Irish Times
Gilgi knows where she's going in life: she's ambitious, focused and determined, even when her boss tries it on with her, even when her parents reveal a terrible secret on her twenty-first birthday. Then she meets the charming but feckless Martin and, for the first time, Gilgi finds herself bewilderingly and dangerously derailed.
|Series||Classics/modern classics||Title||Gilgi, one of us|
|Publication Date||December 2019||Authors||Irmgard Keun / Geoff Wilkes|
|Inspection Copy||No||Delivery||Limited Stock|
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