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La conjura de los Pazzi

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Paperback, 331 pages
Published January 7th 2008 by El Ateneo
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Elena Martínez López
Oct 16, 2012 Elena Martínez López rated it it was ok
Shelves: historical
Realmente sólo he leído la continuación a este libro: "La ira de Dios" pero supongo que lo mismo que voy a comentar se puede aplicar a la primera parte de la historia ya que el personaje principal es el mismo.


Me permito citar de distintas páginas de internet:


Es sumamente bella, modernamente delgada (pero eso sí, con curvas) y/o algo en su apariencia es inusual (cicatrices, mechones de cabello, ojos cambiantes, etc.) [...]

Suele tener alguna relación de sangre con alguno de los personajes canóni
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Mossé was born the daughter of a wine merchant in Paris. She is the sister of Eliane Mossé , researcher in macroeconomics, and Arlette Mosse , clinical nutritionist. In the winter of 1941, during World War II and aged 16, she first read a text on liberty and democracy by Demosthenes; since then, she has dedicated her life to Greek history, never having married or having any children.

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