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Gogo no bansōsha : chū-kōnen no saikon o megutte / Fujiwara Harumi
午後の伴走者 : 中高年の再婚をめぐって / 藤原はる美
Bib ID 71410
Format BookBook
Author
Fujiwara, Harumi
藤原はる美
 
Description Tōkyō : Tachikaze Shobo, 1993 
東京 : 立風書房, 1993 
245 p. ; 20 cm. 
ISBN 4651700586
Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Remarriage -- Japan.  |  Older people -- Japan -- Sexual behavior.  |  Older people -- Japan -- Family relationships.  |  Love in old age -- Japan.

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