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Bruges-la-Morte - Georges Rodenbach, Jean-Pierre Bertrand, Daniel Grojnowski
Bruges-la-Morte
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9782080710116 (2080710117)
Publisher: Flammarion
Pages no: 343
Edition language: French
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Lagraziana's Kalliopeion
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4.5 A Widower’s Grief: Bruges-la-morte by Georges Rodenbach
Women or men who need to come to terms with the loss of a loved one are popular figures in literature. Often, the grieving find new joy, maybe even new love by the end of the story and at first this also seems to be the case in the late nineteenth-century novel Bruges-la-morte by almost forgotten Be...
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1.0 Bruges-la-Morte
I DNFed a long time ago. It was just so bad.
Warwick
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4.0 Bruges-la-Morte
I sometimes get the worrying feeling that nineteenth-century men preferred their women to be dead than alive. There is something archetypal about the repeated vision of the pale, beautiful, fragile, utterly feminine corpse. Beyond corruption, a woman who's died is a woman you can safely worship with...
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5.0 Bruges-la-Morte: Georges Rodenbach (Dedalus European Classics)
Hugues Viane has retired to Bruges after the death of his wife of ten years; five years later, he is still unable to put her memory to rest. Indeed, he has sequestered himself in his home, erecting a shrine to his wife; in this room are gathered her portraits and various objects and trinkets, along ...
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