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არტისტების კაფე

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წინამდებარე კრებულში შესულია კამილო ხოსე სელას მოთხრობები: "არტისტების კაფე", "გაზაფხულის ბრალია", "კარაბინერის დანაშაული", "მესიათა კლუბი", "ფორთოხალი ზამთრის ხილია" და სხვა მოთხრობები. წიგნი გამოდის სერიით "მსოფლიოს რჩეული მოთხრობები". ტომი 12
Paperback, 168 pages
Published 2011 by პალიტრა L (first published 1953)
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