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ISBN(s) 9783518124444
Erscheinungsdatum 26.05.2003
Einbandart Einband - flex.(Paperback)
Seitenanzahl 90
Sprache Deutsch
Artikel Typ Physisch
Genre Belletristik
Kurztitel Mayröcker, Friederike: Die kommunizierenden Gefäße
Warengruppe TB/Belletristik/Gegenwartsliteratur (ab 1945)
ISBN-10 3518124447
Länge 178 mm
Breite 108 mm
Höhe 10 mm
Gewicht 90 gr
Umschlag, Vorderseite Ansehen
Umschlag Vorderseite, Kleinbild Ansehen
Produkttyp Taschenbuch
Verlag Suhrkamp Verlag AG
Serientitel edition suhrkamp
Nummer der Serie 2444

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