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Книга Casanova: A Study in Self-portraiture. Zweig Stefan Casanova: A Study in Self-portraiture
Zweig Stefan
Casanova, the Venetian who lived most of his life in exile from his beloved city and created his own myth - which in turn is a reflection of the nature of the city itself - is the subject of this mast

Книга Laura, Journey into the Crystal. Sand George Laura, Journey into the Crystal
Sand George
While working for his uncle, Alexis Hartz is introduced to Laura who shares his scientific interests, and in particular his fascination for crystals. To his amazement Laura has discovered a way to ent

Книга Letter to a Hostage. Antoine de Saint-Exupery Letter to a Hostage
Antoine de Saint-Exupery
The acclaimed aviator and adventurer wrote Letter to a Hostage while waiting in neutral Portugal for a passage to the United States, having just escaped from the terrors of war-torn France. Saint-Exup

Книга Popular Hits of the Showa Era. Murakami Popular Hits of the Showa Era
Born in 1952 in Nagasaki prefecture, Ryu Murakami is the enfant terrible of contemporary Japanese literature. Awarded the prestigious Akutagawa Prize in 1976 for his first book, a novel about a group

Книга Sixty-Nine. Murakami Sixty-Nine
In a small, inconsequential city in Japan, all that matters to 17-year-old Kensuke Yazaki and his friends is girls, rock music and, to a much lesser extent, school. Told at high speed and with irresis

Книга The Break. Grossi Pietro The Break
Grossi Pietro
Dino is a placid, unambitious man. Living in a small provincial town, his only passion is billiards - he spends his evenings in the local billiards parlor honing his technique. One day, however, his q

Книга The Man Who Walked through Walls The Man Who Walked through Walls
A collection of funny and fantastical short stories, Marcel Aymé's The Man Who Walked through Walls (Le Passe-muraille), is a classic of French literature, loved by children and adults alike. Mon

Книга The Buddha's Return. Gazdanov G. The Buddha's Return
Gazdanov G.
A millionaire is killed. A golden statuette of a Buddha goes missing. A penniless student, who is afflicted by dream-like fits, is arrested and accused of murder. In typically crisp, unfussy prose, Ga