2 edition of The story of Brussels found in the catalog.
|Statement||illustrated by Katharine Kimball and Guy Gilliat-Smith|
|Series||Mediæval town series|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 383 p. illus., ports. ;|
|Number of Pages||383|
I thoroughly enjoyed "Belgie: een geschiedenis zonder land" by Rolf Falter. (Uitgeverij De Bezige Bij, Antwerpen / Amsterdam, p. ; literatuur, register. ISBN 90 7; € 22,50) I'm not sure if there's a translation in English. Each story is set in a distinct neighborhood or location within the city of the book. Brand-new stories by: Barbara Abel, Ayerdhal, Paul Colize, Jean-Luc Cornette, Patrick Delperdange, Sara Doke, Kenan Görgün, Edgar Kosma, Katia Lanero Zamora, Nadine Monfils, Alfredo .
Unbroken: The Brussels Terror Attack Survivor by Nidhi Chaphekar, pages , publisher Amaryllis. Terror attacks generate a lot of media attention. When bombs go off, people want to know where it. The result is a traditional novel, broad-shouldered, omniscient, almost Balzac-ian, but with terrorism part of a plot centered satirically around an all-too-plausible Brussels idea.
The book was fraudulently published as a memoir telling the supposed true story of how the author survived the Holocaust as a young Jewish girl, wandering Europe searching for her deported parents. The book sold well in several countries and was made into a movie, Survivre avec les loups (Surviving with the Wolves), named after the claim that Misha was adopted by a pack of wolves during her Genre: World War II, The Holocaust, Fiction. Le Wolf. Located in the heart of Brussels, Le Wolf provides a welcome respite from the hubbub of the Grand Place. The décor is whimsical and colorful, with large fairytale trees looming above. In the center of the shop sits a little wooden house, a story jukebox.
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Story of Brussels. Nendeln-Liechtenstein, Kraus Reprint, (OCoLC) Document Type. From the classics to travel guides to specialty books, Brussels, Belgium has a lot to offer the avid reader.
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Although Brussels is internationally famed mainly for its comic books, the capital city of Belgium also has a rich literary history.
Literary visitors were especially prominent in the 19th century, with the likes of Alexandre Dumas, Lord Byron, Charlotte and Emily Brontë, Honoré de Balzac, Paul Verlaine and Arthur Rimbaud, Victor Hugo Author: Pamela Milano.
The 40 stories and poems in The Circle ’ A Brussels Anthology are by turns amusing, heart-wrenching and harrowing. Sometimes, as in the opener ‘Remember, Remember’, all in one story. What they all have in common is that they are in English and were written by a Brussels expat.
Published in the 19th century. New Picture of Brussels, and its Environs, or, Stranger's Guide to the Curiosities of that Interesting City, London: Samuel Leigh,OCLC A story with magic and fish – and the lost poems of Rimbaud. Jonathan Coe’s Expo 58 () tells the story of Thomas Foley, a British civil servant working for the Central Office of Information, who is sent to the World’s Fair in Brussels to oversee the pub The Britannia.
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