Mina Kruseman - Published Works

Published Works

  • Een huwelijk in Indië (A marriage in the Dutch East Indies) :The Hague, 1873
  • De moderne Judith (The modern Judith): Dordrecht, 1873
  • Meester Kritiek (Master critical): Middelburg, 1874
  • Mijn leven (My life): Dordrecht, 1873
  • Willen en handelen (Want and actions): Fellah Damstone, Dordrecht, 1879

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