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Desce Mais Uma! - Primeira Rodada

By RafaelCastellar All Rights Reserved ©

Poetry

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Antologia dos meus primeiros textos, escritos entre 2008 e 2009.

Desce Mais Uma! - Primeira Rodada

DESCE MAIS UMA!

PRIMEIRA RODADA

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registrados na Fundação Biblioteca Nacional do Brasil:

Nº: 461.529 Livro: 868 Folha: 234

RAFAEL CASTELLAR DAS NEVES

DESCE MAIS UMA!

PRIMEIRA RODADA

EDIÇÃO PRÓPRIA DO AUTOR – 2013

Literatura Brasileira – Poesias

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