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2000, ISBN 9789985924372, v.
Book
2009, ISBN 9639776394, xii, 539
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1994, ISBN 9789985600672, 190
Book
2015, Litteraria : Eesti kultuuriloo allikmaterjale, ISBN 9949544513, Volume 27, 137
Book
Interlitteraria, ISSN 1406-0701, 2008, Volume XIII, Issue 13, pp. 229 - 241
In 1844 Elias Lönnrot, author of the Finnish epic Kalevala, took a walking tour through Estonia, and, having seen the circumstances in which Estonians lived,... 
Literary Texts
Journal Article
Interlitteraria, ISSN 1406-0701, 2005, Volume X, Issue 10, pp. 314 - 324
"Rooma päevik (A Roman Diary) is the last novel of Karl Ristikvi, published in 1976. Written in the form of a diary, it breaks off midsentence. Since the... 
Literary Texts
Journal Article
5/2004, Volume 78, Issue 2, 1
Hinrikus reviews Minu vaga magus elu ehk Martsipanimeister by Enn Vetemaa. 
Finno-Ugric & Baltic Languages | LITERATURE | Novels
Book Review
4/2003, Volume 77, Issue 1, 2
[Helga Nou] (b. 1934) was ten years old when she fled with her family to Sweden. In autumn 1944, fearful of the Soviet occupation, about 10 percent of the... 
Finno-Ugric & Baltic Languages | LITERATURE | Novels
Book Review
4/2003, Volume 77, Issue 1, 1
[Fabian], finding a job as an editor at a new newspaper, is told right away that the life he has to write about consists of dogs, perfumes, wines, secrets of... 
Finno-Ugric & Baltic Languages | LITERATURE | Novels
Book Review
7/2002, Volume 76, Issue 3/4, 1
Tahtamaa can be regarded as a grandiose and many-layered metaphor. Tahtamaa of the novel is at the same time a real place and a symbol, and its symbolical... 
Finno-Ugric & Baltic Languages | LITERATURE | Literary criticism | Nonfiction
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