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Captain Corelli's Mandolin - **PREOWNED COPY - IN GOOD CONDITION. LIGHT WEAR TO COVERS, AND TANNING TO PAGES. OTHERWISE IN GREAT SHAPE. PLEASE CONTACT BOOKWARE CUSTOMER SERVICE FOR MORE INFORMATION**

by: Louis de Bernieres

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PRE-OWNED - Limited stock! This book is not new. Please see description for details on the condition of this copy. Feel free to contact Bookware customer service for more information.
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Publisher: Vintage Publishing,04.08.97

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ISBN: 0749397543
ISBN13: 9780749397548

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THE MULTIMILLION COPY BESTSELLER. It is 1941 and Captain Antonio Corelli, a young Italian officer, is posted to the Greek island of Cephallonia as part of the occupying forces. At first he is ostracised by the locals, but as a conscientious but far from fanatical soldier, whose main aim is to have a peaceful war, he proves in time to be civilised, humorous - and a consumate musician. When the local doctor's daughter's letters to her fiance - and members of the underground - go unanswered, the working of the eternal triangle seems inevitable. But can this fragile love survive as a war of bestial savagery gets closer and the lines are drawn between invader and defender?