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2017 Deutscher Buchpreis > Das Floß der Medusa

2017 Deutscher Buchpreis Das Floß der Medusa

  • By Franzobel
  • Price: £26.75
  • ISBN: 9783552058163
  • Availability: Out of stock - expected on 04/08/2018 if you order today

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18. Juli 1816: The captain of the Argos discovers a raft on the west coast of Africa. On it are the only survivors of the sunken Medusa.

There was not enough room in the life boats, so they were just abandoned. Based on historic events the novels asks questions about our humanity and the price of survival.

Series 2017 Deutscher Buchpreis Title Das Floß der Medusa
Subject German Language German
Market Adolescent/Adult Level Fluent/native speakers
Publication Date February 2017 Authors Franzobel
Binding Hardback Pages 592
Size(mm) N/A Weight (gms) 691
ESB Code 16415 ISBN 9783552058163
Inspection Copy No Delivery Out of stock - expected on 04/08/2018 if you order today
  Price £26.75

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