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Eve Dönüş: Sesizliğin Gözyaşları

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Bir kadını ağlatırken çok dikkat edin, Çünkü Tanrı gözyaşlarını sayar. Kadın erkeğin kaburgasından yaratıldı. Ayaklarından yaratılmadı, öyle olsaydı ezilirdi. Üstün olsun diye başından da yaratılmadı, Ama göğsünden yaratıldı, eşit olsun diye. Kolun

Damien Burdalar! Burdalar! Geldiler! diye bağırıyordu. Bütün vücudumu heyecan kapladı. Damienın ailemi kastetiğini içgüdüsel
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Paperback, 307 pages
Published 2008 by Yurt Kitap-Yayın
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