The woman in the purple skirt

175,00 kr

"At 9:14. She boarded the bus, which arrived on time. The bus was empty. The woman in the purple skirt sat in the third single seat at the front of the bus, while I sat down in the very back, wide seat. It had been a long time since I had taken the same bus as The Woman in the Purple Skirt. That alone made me happy."

The woman in the purple skirt is a short story written by the Japanese author Natsuko Imamura and translated by the Danish Mette Holm. The book was awarded the prestigious Akutagawa Prize in 2019.

Natsuko Imamura has written a handful of novels and short stories, and has received several literary awards for her works in Japan.

The book has 141 pages.

ISBN: 9788792655929

Number of pages: 141

Goal: 13.2 × 1.1 × 20.8 cm

Language: Danish

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  • Private addresses: DKK 50 (Returned to parcel shop if no one is at home at the address).
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