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Madame Gomenbašen and me too. Birstein Alexander


Madame Gomenbašen and me too. Birstein Alexander

Madame Gomenbašen - the guardian angel of the hero of this book, the action of which mainly takes place on Moldavanka, the best, in the opinion of the author, the district of Odessa. There his father, grandmother, grandfather, great-grandmothers, great-grandfathers were born ... and there his extraordinary adventures take place, whose name is the Odessa childhood.

«A strange memory thing. Suddenly, the smell pops up, a word and torments, hastens, flashes. Or, for example, a name. Madame Gomenbašen. It emerged, appeared from somewhere in the depths and ... »

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