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Der Feind in Deiner Nahe Enemy Near YOu

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Der Fuchs war damals schon der Jager

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Der Kleine Prinz (German)

Der Kleine Prinz (German)

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A beautifully packaged German language edition of the internationally beloved classic.

Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's masterpiece, The Little Prince, in a new edition with vibrantly restored artwork and a fresh translation by Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Richard Howard. Critics and readers across the world have embraced this timeless tale for its purity and beauty of expression.

Der Konig verneight sich und totet

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Der Schwarm

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Der Struwwelpeter

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Der Tod in Venedig Death in Venice

Der Tod in Venedig Death in Venice

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Der Vorleser Reader

Der Vorleser Reader

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Deux ans de vacances

Deux ans de vacances

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Quinze garçons âgés de huit à quatorze ans, tous pensionnaires d'un collège nommé Chairman de Nouvelle-Zélande, se retrouvent sur le Sloughi qui dérive et fait rapidement naufrage sur une île déserte du Pacifique. Peu à peu, en compagnie du mousse, seul membre restant de l'équipage du navire, leur vie s'organise et s'améliore, mais des rivalités se font de plus en plus sentir dans la communauté des quinze rescapés. Une scission est sur le point d'avoir lieu quand des bandits abordent le rivage, obligeant les enfants à utiliser toute leur force de cohésion pour les affronter. Ils arrivent sur l'île, le 10 mars 1860, et repartent, le 5 février 1862, d'où le titre de Deux ans de vacances. Ils atteignirent Auckland en Nouvelle-Zélande, le 25 février 1862.
Diary of Anais Nin: Vol 7

Diary of Anais Nin: Vol 7

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The final volume ends as the author wished-not with her last two years of pain but at a joyous, reflective moment on a trip to Bali. One of the most remarkable diaries in the history of letters (Robert Kirsch, Los Angeles Times). Edited and with a Preface by Gunther Stuhlmann; Index; photographs.
Dias Con Sapo y Sepo

Dias Con Sapo y Sepo

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In 1957, Harper published its first I Can Read title, Little Bear, written by Else Holmelund Minarik and illustrated by Maurice Sendak. Large type, simple vocabulary, chapter-like divisions, and decorative pictures made Little Bear perfect for emerging readers
Diccionario Escolar Educativo

Diccionario Escolar Educativo

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This all-new dictionary, recommended by teachers, is the ideal supplement to middle grade curriculum and has been carefully tailored to children 9 years old and up with clear, easy-to-understand definitions that encourage independent work and thought.
Dictator's Last Night

Dictator's Last Night

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'Captivating and perversely delightful.' The Wall Street Journal
In this gripping imagining of the last hours of President Gaddafi, Yasmina Khadra provides us with fascinating insight into the mind of one of the most complex and controversial figures of recent history.

'People say I am a megalomaniac. It is not true. I am an exceptional being, providence incarnate, envied by the gods, able to make a faith of his cause.'
October 2011. In the dying days of the Libyan civil war, Muammar Gaddafi is hiding out in his home town of Sirte along with his closest advisors. They await a convoy that will take them south, away from encroaching rebel forces and NATO aerial attacks. The mood is sombre. In what will be his final night, Gaddafi reflects on an extraordinary life, whilst still raging against the West, his fellow Arab nations and the ingratitude of the Libyan people.

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'Captivating and perversely delightful.' The Wall Street Journal
'Khadra has a good sense of pace: the leader's thoughts turn over at the right speed.' London Review of Books
'World-class' Rosie Goldsmith, The Independent
'Mesmerizing' The New Yorker
'Packs a devastating punch' Shortlist
'Compulsive, funny, powerfully emotional..sinuously intelligent. Khadra's perceptive and confident novel, translated from French by Julian Evans, is an unmissable entertainment.' Guardian
'Bold, often mischievous... A wonderfully entertaining read - as commanding and schizophrenic as the psychopath who 'speaks' its words.' The Big Issue
'Effortless first-person reimagining of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's final hours' Library Journal
'In this closed-door drama, which reads almost like a piece of theatre, Yasmina Khadra gets inside the mind of a tyrant awaiting the fatal bullet.' Le Point
'The ability of the author to infiltrate the mind and personality of Gaddafi is uncanny. It is very well written and compelling.' D.Olser, NetGalley reviewer
'A skilled storyteller working at the height of his powers.' TLS
'Khadra brings us deep into the hearts and minds of people living in unspeakable mental anguish.' L A Times
'I loved the idea of this book and it was fascinating to read about Col. Gadaffi in a fictionalised setting.' Sarah S., NetGalley reviewer

Die bourne identitat

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Die Erzahlungen

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Die Frau Im Mond

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Die Geschichte von Petr Hase

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Die Hornisse

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