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|Adapted by:||Tiia-Maria Tuominen|
|Format:||115mm x 185mm|
Hanna is Minna Canth’s short novel first published in 1886. Hanna is a young girl who realizes that her happy childhood is over. Her father is a drunkard and her mother is sad. When Anna becomes an adult woman, she faces gender inequality and other women’s problems of the time. Is a woman’s most important task to be just a humble wife? Her belief about a good world easily turns into despair.
This edition, part of the Finnish Easy Reading series, is written in simplified Finnish, suitable for readers with beginner Finnish language skills. The book contains also vocabulary footnotes and a practice section with questions and vocabulary exercises.