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The Post-Office Girl (New York Review Books Classics) (original 1982; edition 2008)
by Stefan Zweig, Joel Rotenberg (Translator)
The Post Office Girl by Stefan Zweig (1982)
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The post-office girl is Christine, who looks after her ailing mother and toils in a provincial Austrian post office in the years just after the Great War. One afternoon, as she is dozing among the official forms and stamps, a telegraph arrives addressed to her. It is from her rich aunt, who lives in America.
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