The Hatchet (novel)


The Hatchet (novel)

infobox Book |
name = The Hatchet
title_orig = Baltagul
translator =


image_caption =
author = Mihail Sadoveanu
illustrator =
cover_artist =
country = Romania
language = Romanian
series =
genre = Crime novel
publisher =
release_date = 1930
english_release_date =
media_type = Print (Hardback & Paperback)
pages =
isbn = NA
preceded_by = Mioriţa
followed_by =

"The Hatchet" (orig. Romanian: "Baltagul") is a 1930 crime novel novel written by Mihail Sadoveanu. It is one of the first Romanian novels, and considered a great Romanian belletristic work.


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