The Book of Sorrow [NOOK Book]

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The Book of Sorrow is a collection of poems, songs, and excerpts of prose writings that were long thought lost. Together, they open a window to the wonders of Galador. While the texts are undoubtedly unfinished they are all that remains of the literature of the time, and thus of major historical importance as Galador was a city of deep culture and traditions.
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The Book of Sorrow

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Overview

The Book of Sorrow is a collection of poems, songs, and excerpts of prose writings that were long thought lost. Together, they open a window to the wonders of Galador. While the texts are undoubtedly unfinished they are all that remains of the literature of the time, and thus of major historical importance as Galador was a city of deep culture and traditions.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011058738
  • Publisher: Iurgi Urrutia
  • Publication date: 6/11/2010
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 147,190
  • File size: 170 KB

Meet the Author

Iurgi Urrutia, born in Bayonne (France), I'm now based in Melbourne, but part of my heart will always be in Hernani (Basque Country). I'm a Media and Humanities teacher. 


My favourite writers are the following: Edgar Allan Poe, Kafka, J.R.R. Tolkien, Borges, and George Orwell.


Poetry: Artze, Lete, Atxaga, Poe, Benedetti and Blas de Otero


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Iurgi Urrutia, Baionan jaioa, Melbournen (Australia) bizi naiz baina nere bihotzaren zati handi bat beti Hernanin dago. Komunikazio eta historiako irakasle bezela lan egiten dut.


Nire idazle maitatuenak eta influentziak honakoak dira: Edgar Allan Poe, Kafka, J.R.R. Tolkien, Borges, eta George Orwell.


Olerkaritzan: Artze, Lete, Atxaga, Poe, Benedetti eta Blas de Otero.

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