No Mate for the Magpie

No Mate for the Magpie

Author: Frances Molloy

Publisher: Virago Press

ISBN: 0860685993

Category: English fiction

Page: 170

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Een katholiek Iers meisje, dat opgroeit in de jaren zestig van deze eeuw besluit te vertrekken uit Ierland naar een plek waar, naar zij meent, echt wordt geleefd.
No Mate for the Magpie
Language: en
Pages: 170
Authors: Frances Molloy
Categories: English fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 1985 - Publisher: Virago Press

Een katholiek Iers meisje, dat opgroeit in de jaren zestig van deze eeuw besluit te vertrekken uit Ierland naar een plek waar, naar zij meent, echt wordt geleefd.
No Mate for the Magpie
Language: en
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