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Little Dorrit Vol 2

Little Dorrit Vol 2, Charles Dickens
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:
 9786257937344
Boyut 
:
 13.50x21.00
Sayfa Sayısı 
:
 561
Basım Yeri 
:
 İstanbul
Baskı 
:
 1
Basım Tarihi 
:
 2020-05
Kapak Türü 
:
 Ciltsiz
Kağıt Türü 
:
 2. Hamur
Dili 
:
 İngilizce
202,00

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“It was vintage time in the valleys on the Swiss side of the Pass of the Great Saint Bernard, and along Ththe banks of the Lake of Geneva. The air there was charged with the scent of gathered grapes. Baskets, troughs, and tubs of grapes stood in the dim village doorways, stopped the steep and narrow village streets, and had been carrying all day along the roads and lanes. Grapes, split and crushed under foot, lay about Theverywhere. The child carried in a sling by the laden peasant woman toiling home, was quieted with picked-up grapes; the idiot sunning his big goitre under the leaves of the wooden chalet by the way to the Waterfall, sat munching grapes; the breath of the cows and goats was redolent of leaves and stalks of grapes; the company in every little cabaret were eating, drinking, talking grapes. A pity that no ripe touch of this generous abundance could be given to the thin, hard, ftstony wine, which after all was made from the grapes!”

Little Dorrit Vol 2
Little Dorrit Vol 2
Platanus Publishing
202.00

“It was vintage time in the valleys on the Swiss side of the Pass of the Great Saint Bernard, and along Ththe banks of the Lake of Geneva. The air there was charged with the scent of gathered grapes. Baskets, troughs, and tubs of grapes stood in the dim village doorways, stopped the steep and narrow village streets, and had been carrying all day along the roads and lanes. Grapes, split and crushed under foot, lay about Theverywhere. The child carried in a sling by the laden peasant woman toiling home, was quieted with picked-up grapes; the idiot sunning his big goitre under the leaves of the wooden chalet by the way to the Waterfall, sat munching grapes; the breath of the cows and goats was redolent of leaves and stalks of grapes; the company in every little cabaret were eating, drinking, talking grapes. A pity that no ripe touch of this generous abundance could be given to the thin, hard, ftstony wine, which after all was made from the grapes!”

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