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Farrar Straus Giroux Publisher - 944 works / 363 ebooks

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  • Narziss und Goldmund by Hermann Hesse
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    Die Blendung by Elias Canetti
    The white goddess by Robert Graves
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    Chat botté by Charles Perrault
    Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt
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    Smith by Leon Garfield, Leon Garfield
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    Going solo by Roald Dahl
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    Masse und Macht by Elias Canetti
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    Housekeeping by Marilynne Robinson
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    The dance of Shiva by Ananda Kentish Coomaraswamy
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    Gringo viejo by Carlos Fuentes
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    Ḳnekhṭ by Isaac Bashevis Singer
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Authors

published most by this publisher
Colette, 15 books
Edmund Wilson, 10 books
Elias Canetti, 9 books
Claudia Mills, 9 books
Jane Cutler, 8 books
Polly Horvath, 8 books
Colby F. Rodowsky, 8 books
Nancy Garden, 8 books
Isaac Bashevis Singer, 7 books
Uri Shulevitz, 7 books
Randy Powell, 7 books
Susan Sontag, 7 books
Carlos Fuentes, 7 books
Marguerite Yourcenar, 6 books
Jon Agee, 6 books
Wilhelm Reich, 6 books
Alice Mead, 6 books
William Steig, 6 books
Sarah Stewart, 6 books
Alexandra Day, 6 books
White, Ruth, 6 books
Susan Bonners, 6 books
Hermann Hesse, 6 books
Bodil Bredsdorff, 5 books
Gina Freschet, 5 books

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