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Romancının romanı : Elizabeth Costello / J.M. Coetzee. ; İngilizce aslında çeviren E. Efe Çakmak
Bib ID 4352618
Format BookBook
Author
Coetzee, J. M., 1940-
 
Uniform Title Elizabeth Costello. Turkish
Description İstanbul : Can Yayınları, 2004 
255 p. ; 20 cm. 
ISBN 9750704649
9789750704642
Series

Can yayınları. Çağdaş dünya yazarları.

Notes

Translation of: Elizabeth Costello.

2003 Nobel edebiyat ödülü.

Subjects Costello, Elizabeth.  |  Women authors -- Fiction.  |  Australians -- Foreign countries -- Fiction.  |  Storytelling -- Fiction.  |  Authorship -- Fiction.  |  Australia -- Fiction.
Other authors/contributors Çakmak, E. Efe, tr
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