Das entschwundene Land (German)

    Das entschwundene Land (German)

    Author:Astrid Lindgren

    "There is more love in this love story than any I have found in books." Astrid Lindgren tells of her parents Samuel August and Hanna. And she tells of her childhood in Småland in a vanished land, and of the fairy tales she heard in Kristin's kitchen. Her book ends, as it began, with a love story that is almost as beautiful and touching as that of Samuel August von Sevedstorp and Hanna in Hult, but it is about Luise Mejer and Heinrich Christian Boie, who lived in Germany in the 18th century.Translator: Anna-Liese Kornitzky"

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