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Ada   By: (1877-1946)

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Ada by Hasse Zetterström is a compelling novel that delves into the complex themes of love, loss, and identity. The story follows Ada, a young woman who is struggling to come to terms with the sudden death of her mother. As she navigates her grief, Ada also grapples with her own sense of self and belonging in the world.

Zetterström's writing is beautifully lyrical, drawing the reader into Ada's world with vivid descriptions and poignant emotions. The author skillfully explores Ada's inner turmoil, capturing the rawness of her grief and the complexities of her relationships with those around her.

One of the strengths of Ada is the nuanced characterization of the protagonist. Ada is a deeply flawed and complex character, making her struggles and growth feel authentic and relatable. The supporting cast of characters adds depth to the story, each playing a role in Ada's journey of self-discovery.

Overall, Ada is a moving and thought-provoking novel that will resonate with readers who have experienced loss and are searching for their place in the world. Zetterström's deft storytelling and emotional depth make this a book worth reading.

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Stockholm · Albert Bonniers Förlag

Stockholm. Alb. Bonniers Boktryckeri 1921


Ada 5 Chapmans äventyr 13 Adolf 26 Lövgrodan 36 Bromsen 41 Chapmans mormor 48 Kidney and bacon 53 Fjärde man 59 En julberättelse 66 Farbror Teodår 73 En allvarlig historia 80 Två som gått 91 En skånsk poet 98 Wallenberg 106 Försök med vänlighet 112 Påskhatt 115 Ett problem 122 Kärleksbetygelser 126 Hopptåget 133 En promenad 136 Paketen 143 På en ångbåt 145 Handbok för nya millionärer 152 Kudden 159


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