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Chris Dawe United Kingdom Local time: 13:30 Portuguese to English + ...
Sep 1, 2013
I used to own a copy of a Russian / French / Italian conversational reader which had a thin paper dust jacket depicting cartoon caricatures of three parrots in Napoleonic garb stranded on a desert isle. The idea being that they could communicate using this conversational reader. The pages were of reasonably crude manufacture akin to the paper used for book manufacture in the old USSR. The book was a about 9" x 6". I think it was published in the early to mid 1990s. I'd like to lay my hands on a copy but I cannot for the life of me recall the title. Has anyone ever had a copy or seen one? If I can find out the title or names of the editors.....I can find a copy on the net. Thanks..
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