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Only Prostitutes Marry in May
Dacia Maraini, Rhoda Helfman Kaufman (Editor), Christopher Pearcy (Translator), Nicolette Kay (Translator) and Tony Mitchell (Translator)
Guernica Editions, Spring 1994
378 pages
Trade Paperback
ISBN13: 9780920717813
ISBN10: 0920717810
English
Translated from the Italian
$5.00 Canada, $5.00 US

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