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Sep 21, 2022

[Answer] 3. Our next novel, which has sold over 50 million copies since its publication in 1880, concerns the adventures of an orphan girl in the Swiss Alps. What was her name?

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...1. Anna-Freida 2. Brunhilda 3. Heidi 4. Gretel Heidi is the creation of Swiss author Johanna Spyri, who died in 1901. The story was originally published in two parts: the cumbersomely named "Heidi's years of learning and travel" and "Heidi makes use of what she has learned"." Heidi was one of a seemingly endless string of classic children's books of my youth that featured orphans being shunted between odd relatives and paralysis of questionable origin.




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Heidi:


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