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Anecdotes That Men Tell Women - Russian Humor - cover

Anecdotes That Men Tell Women - Russian Humor

Alexander Lyubimoff

Translator Evgeniy Fyodorovich Samarin

Publisher: Evgeniy Fyodorovich Samarin

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Summary

In this book, more than 200 jokes and aphorisms from Russia are collected that will help you to shine with wit and achieve success in the ladies' society.
 
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This e-book is a Bestseller in Russia.The book is sold in eight languages: Russian (ISBN: 9781005485436), English (ISBN: 9781370458554), German (ISBN: 9781005735937), French (ISBN: 9780463941737), Italian (ISBN: 9780463420492), Spanish (ISBN: 9780463880593), Dutch (ISBN: 9781005139674) and Portuguese (ISBN: 9780463871829).
Available since: 06/20/2019.
Print length: 24 pages.

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