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Het boek van Gould : een roman in twaalf vissen / Richard Flanagan
Bib ID 4979694
Format BookBook
Author
Flanagan, Richard, 1961-
 
Uniform Title Gould's book of fish. Dutch
Edition 3e dr. 
Description Amsterdam : Ambo/Anthos, 2009 
383 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 9789041414960
9041414967
Series

Flamingo Moderne Klassieken

Notes

Translation of: Gould's book of fish : a novel in twelve fish.

Originally published in English: Sydney : Pan Macmillan, 2001.

1e dr. Nederlandse uitg.: Amsterdam : Anthos ; Antwerpen : Manteau, 2002.

Text in Dutch.

Awards Winner of the Commonwealth Writers Prize, 2002. 
Subjects Gould, William Buelow, 1803-1853 -- Fiction.  |  Prisoners as artists -- Fiction.

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