2 x Handke
Here, in one edition, are two provocative novels that show why, as John Updike has written in The New Yorker, "Handke is widely regarded by many as the best writer in his language". The two stories, "A Moment of True Feeling", and "The Left-Handed Woman", confirm Handke's enormous gifts as a writer.
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