Series: Biblioteca Galega 120

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Maxina ou A filla espuria by Marcial Valladares6
Queixumes dos pinos by Eduardo Pondal7
Terra brava by Anxel Fole33
Adiós María by Xohana Torres48
Os escuros soños de clío by Carlos Casares58
Náufragos en terra by Xosé Manuel Martínez Oca62
Crime en Compostela by Carlos G. Reigosa65
Contos por palabras by Agustín Fernández Paz78
Amor de tango by María Xosé Queizán83
Males de cabeza by Fran Alonso87
Galicia by Francisco Fernandez del Riego91
Morning Star (Edicion Literaria) (Galician Edition) by Xose Miranda101
Pensa nao by Anxo Angueira Viturro102
Veladas indecentes by Manuel Lourenzo105
Papaventos by Xavier Queipo116
Poesìa popular galega by Domingo Blanco118
Antoloxía do conto de tradición oral by Xosé Miranda, Reigosa, Antonio e Cuba, Xoán Ramiro120

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