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Het verdriet van België

Dora orgullosa de su propia inanidad Con el paso de los años Louis desencantado abandona los mitos de la niñez y descubre la naturaleza hipócrita del mundo adultoOb. Should Claus have won the Noble Prize as so many Belgians think Yes and no He s a master of language turning vernacular into poetry but the setting of the novel

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Ambientada en Bélgica durante los últimos años del III Reich esta novela narra la adolescencia de Louis Seynaeve hijo de una familia peueñoburguesa y ultraconserva. This is one of those in the 1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die list and originally written in Dutch It is considered one of the masterpieces of Dutch literatur

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Ra de factura clásica y proporciones épicas polémica hilarante y cruda a partes iguales La pena de Bélgica es uno de los mayores monumentos de la literatura europe. There are political novels and there are personal novels and then there is Het verdriet reminding us that political perception cannot be separated from personal ex


10 thoughts on “Het verdriet van België

  1. says:

    The Sorrow of Belgium is a coming of age story of a young Belgian boy during World War II Like many stories with adolescent boys much of the book focuses on Louis' experiences in school his relationships with his parents and friends and the t

  2. says:

    This is one of those in the 1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die list and originally written in Dutch It is considered one of the masterpieces of Dutch literatureI plodded through this with zero knowledge about Belgium and its hi

  3. says:

    I am not sure how to rate a book I stopped reading Sorrow of Belgium was beautifully written had a marvelously shifting point of view and the topic is very interesting to me but it just than I could handle somehow

  4. says:

    In some ways autobiographical if you read a bit about the life of the author the book tells us about the life of a boy from a small town in Flanders Dutch speaking part of Belgium At some point we observe real events sometimes we're immersed in fantasies and dreams of a boy who grows up rapidly during very difficult years of his homeland just before the Second World War during the German occupation and in th

  5. says:

    Should Claus have won the Noble Prize as so many Belgians think? Yes and no He’s a master of language turning vernacular into poetry but the setting of the novel is so specific that a reader has to be informed about Belgian politics before and during WWII Anyway Claus is the most awarded writer of the Dutch linguistic r

  6. says:

    FINALLYI've finished this gigantic difficult book I must say I love reading about WW2 because it affected my country in a significant way and it shaped our present day and age in so many obvious and conspicuous waysIn that regard I must say that often the material is hard to get through because where do you write

  7. says:

    For me this is one of the masterpieces of the dutch litrature alongside some of the works of Reve and Mulisch and some others It's an absolute synthesis of how people and maybe a whole nation searches his own iden

  8. says:

    There are political novels and there are personal novels; and then there is Het verdriet reminding us that political perception cannot be separated from personal experience A fine highly credible coming of age no

  9. says:

    Not only as a hardcover on my shelf I realy read this one

  10. says:

    This novel covers the period just before the Nazi occupation of Belgium until just after its liberation by the allied forces It is written from the point of view of Louis Seynaeve an adolescent attending a convent school and focuses on his relations with his small gang 'de Apostelen' with his religious teachers and with his family especiall

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