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Paperback - 18 December 2000
Hesse, Hermann (Author)
ISBN-13 : 9780486414133
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8 customer reviews  Between 1−2 stars rating,  23 January 2020
By: Fiihaa Mayyasya

the book's arrived savely and faster than I thought it would be. Thank you

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8 customer reviews  Between 4−5 stars rating,  13 August 2018
By: Icha

The main topics of this book are still heavily relevant to this day. What a timeless masterpiece. Would recommend for those who seek a good self-reflection and social-issue related reading.

8 customer reviews  Between 1−2 stars rating,  20 July 2018
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8 customer reviews  Between 4−5 stars rating,  11 April 2018
Great read
By: Nisrina Ulayya

Definitely one of my favorite books. I love how Hesse portrayed the journey of the main character into adulthood. It's surely relatable at some points.

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