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The Danish girl / David Ebershoff
Bib ID 6939285
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Ebershoff, David, author
 
Description Crows Nest, NSW : Allen & Unwin Children's Books, 2015 
©2000 
310 pages ; 20 cm 
ISBN 9781760292782 (paperback)
Summary

A shockingly original novel based on the true story of the first first man to undergo a sex-change operation and the woman who loves him. One of the most passionate and unusual love stories of the 20th century, now a major motion picture starring Academy Award-winner Eddie Redmayne and directed by Academy Award-winner Tom Hooper.

Subjects Transgender people -- Fiction.  |  Painters -- Fiction.  |  Sex change -- Fiction.  |  Man-woman relationships -- Fiction.  |  Marriage -- Fiction.  |  Artists -- Fiction.
Copyright information Motion picture © 2015 Universal Studies. 

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