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Michael Robinson
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Erik Thygesen (ed.)
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Michael Robinson (ed.)
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Kerstin Ekman

Kerstin Ekman: Women and the City

This remarkable series of novels form an epic tale of modern Sweden. They follow the fortunes of a group of women from a small town in rural Sweden, showing how they are affected by the development of the town, from the arrival of the railway in the 19th century, through the hardships of the 1930s and the Second World War, to the fragmentation of society that occurred in the 1970s.

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