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O Tempo de Anaïs

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Dutch translation of "Le temps d'Anaïs"

Leven met Anaïs is het verhaal van een man die zijn compagnon met tweeëntwintig pookslagen om het leven brengt.
Het boek begint op het moment dat de man zich aanmeldt bij de politie en eindigt met zijn vonnis. Deze man verontschuldigt zich niet, hij vertelt alleen maar hoe zijn leven is verlopen en hoe hij op de buitenwereld reageerde.
Paperback, 204 pages
Published October 1988 by Publicações Dom Quixote (first published 1951)
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