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Very far away from anywhere else

Seventeen-year-old Owen Grifiths learns to find his way to a future in science through a fiendship with a girl whose life is dedicated to music.

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  • "Very far away from anywhere else"@it

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  • "Tussen een onbegrepen, individualistisch ingestelde 17-jarige jongen en een 18-jarig meisje dat vervuld is van het idee een groot componiste te worden ont- staat een liefdesrelatie."
  • "Seventeen-year-old Owen Grifiths learns to find his way to a future in science through a fiendship with a girl whose life is dedicated to music."@en
  • "Deux adolescents, Owen, 17 ans, et Nathalie, musicienne, se sentent seuls au monde. Ensemble, ils vont découvrir l'amour et faire face à leurs incertitudes."
  • "A young adult novel about two talented and odd teens, Natalie and Owen. The latter experiences difficulty coming to terms with a real relationship because of the teenager's media's concentration on sex. The novel's didatic message is that only love's commitment justifies sex."@en
  • "Owen Griffiths, a seventeen-year-old outsider, learns to find his own way to a future in science through a friendship with a girl whose life is dedicated to music."
  • "Owen Griffiths, a seventeen-year-old outsider, learns to find his own way to a future in science through a friendship with a girl whose life is dedicated to music."@en
  • "Owen Griffiths, a seventeen-year-old outsider, learns to find his own way to a future in science through a friendship with a girl whose life is dedicated to music."@pl
  • "Seventeen-year-old Owen Griffiths learns to find his own way to a future in science through a friendship with a girl whose life is dedicated to music."
  • "Seventeen-year-old Owen Griffiths learns to find his own way to a future in science through a friendship with a girl whose life is dedicated to music."@en
  • "Owen and Natalie, two gifted seventeen-year-olds, find friendship and love by sharing their dreams: one to be a scientist, the other, a musician."
  • "In a brief and unique Le Guin story, Owen and Natalie, two gifted seventeen-year-olds, find friendship and love by sharing their dreams: one to be a scientist, the other, a musician."@en
  • "Tussen een onbegrepen, individualistisch ingestelde 17-jarige jongen en een 18-jarig meisje dat vervuld is van het idee een groot componiste te worden ontstaat een liefdesrelatie."
  • "In a brief and unique Le Guin story, Owen and Natalie, two gifted seventeen-year-olds, find friendship and love by sharing their dreams: one to be a scientist, the other, a musician."

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  • "Young adult fiction"@en
  • "Littérature pour la jeunesse américaine"
  • "Young adult works"@en
  • "Electronic books"@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Fiction"@pl
  • "Juvenile works"@pl
  • "Juvenile works"@en
  • "Juvenile works"
  • "Powieść fantastyczna amerykańska"@pl
  • "Powieść fantastyczna amerykańska"

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  • "Very far away from anywhere else"
  • "Very far away from anywhere else"@en
  • "Loin, très loin de tout"
  • "Loin, très loin de tout : roman"
  • "Nächstes Jahr im September : Protokoll e. Begegnung"
  • "Rene toner"
  • "Rene toner"@da
  • "Zewsząd bardzo daleko"@pl
  • "Agata e pietra nera"
  • "Agata e pietra nera"@it
  • "A very long way from anywhere else : a novel"
  • "A very long way : text and study aids"
  • "A very long way from anywhere else : a novel"@en
  • "Nächstes Jahr im September : Protokoll einer Begegnung"
  • "Agata e Pietra Nera"
  • "Nächstes Jahr im September : protokoll einer Begegnung"
  • "Nächstes Jahr im September Protokoll e. Begegnung"
  • "A very long way"
  • "Very far from anywhere else"
  • "A very long way from anywhere else"
  • "A very long way from anywhere else"@en
  • "Zo wil ik dat je bent"
  • "Very Far Away from Anywhere Else"
  • "Very Far Away from Anywhere Else"@en
  • "A very long way text and study aids"
  • "Very Long Way From Anywhere Else"@en
  • "A very long way from anywhere else : A novel"

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