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Das Haus Der Madame Rose - Tatiana de Rosnay, Gaby Wurster
Das Haus Der Madame Rose
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Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9783827010339 (3827010330)
Publisher: Bloomsbury
Pages no: 240
Edition language: Deutsch
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That's What She Read
That's What She Read rated it
0.0 The House I Loved
The House I Loved is one novel that tries too hard. Through a combination of flashbacks and epistolary revelations to her long-dead husband, Rose Bazelet sets out to defend her actions, both past and present, to her friends, to future readers of the letter, and ultimately to readers of the novel. In...
mtw1tter rated it
1.0 The House I Loved
This reads like Sarah's Key lite - a weary revisiting of similar themes of memory and losses (and houses) with no conviction in the writing - it is almost like a filler before Tatiana writes her next proper novel - at 221 pages with a lot of empty pages to denote chapters, it reads more like a novel...
Listening to the Silence
Listening to the Silence rated it
3.0 The House I Loved
An epistolary novel written from the point of view of Rose Bazelet, a 60 year old women, determined to oppose the modernization, or destruction, depending on your point of view, of old Paris. The Emperor and his Prefect have crafted a plan to tear down much of the city to make way for the broad bou...
Reflections rated it
4.0 The House I Loved
A pleasant, historically interesting, but not gripping story set in 1860’s Paris during Napoleon III’s project to modernize the city by razing many of the winding medieval streets and replacing them with long straight boulevards. The book is written in as a series of letters by Rose Bazelet to her 1...
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