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The Good Soldier Švejk and his Fortunes in the World War [Paperback]

Jaroslav Hašek , Josef Lada , Cecil Parrott
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'And so they've killed our Ferdinand,'1 said the charwoman to Mr Svejk, who had left military service years before, after having been finally certified by an army medical board as an imbecile, and now lived by selling dogs - ugly, mongrel monstrosities whose pedigrees he forged. Read the first page
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