Kalpa Imperial

Kalpa Imperial

Author: AngŽlica Gorodischer

Publisher: Small Beer Press

ISBN: 9781618730190

Page: 246

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This is the first of Argentinean writer Angélica Gorodischer's nineteen award-winning books to be translated into English.

Emperors, empresses, storytellers, thievesand the Natural History of Ferrets.



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