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Stories from Wagner

Richard Wagner, J. Walker McSpadden

Publisher: DigiCat

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"Stories from Wagner" is a book containing eight powerful stories by a storyteller known as Richard Wagner. This book contains some fantastic stories from him including the ring of the curse, Parsifal the pure, and Lohengrin the swan knight with five other stories. It is rich in short, eventful stories for the young and old. A mix of tragedy with mystery.
Available since: 06/02/2022.
Print length: 163 pages.

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