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Url Phantomhive
Url Phantomhive rated it 1 year ago
~Short English review below~ In mijn zoektocht naar boeken voor mijn Nederlands literatuurexamen kwam ik ook Mevrouw Verona daalt de heuvel af tegen. Het was in eerste instantie niet het boek dat ik van Dimitri Verhulst zocht, maar ik heb deze toch meegenomen uit de bieb (was het enige boek van he...
Merle
Merle rated it 2 years ago
Based on the protagonist’s sharing the author’s full name, and the little information about Verhulst available in English, this short, episodic novel appears to be autobiographical. Somewhat more than half of it focuses on Dimitri’s boyhood, surrounded by the raging drunks that are his father and th...
Domaris' Dreamings
Domaris' Dreamings rated it 5 years ago
I obtained this book through Goodreads' First Reads and really enjoyed it for the most part. The style of writing drew me in, making it easy to get lost in the narrative. The characters felt real, and generally I sympathized with the protagonist and understood his point of view, although some of hi...
I'm Reading...
I'm Reading... rated it 5 years ago
Een echt Vlaamse roman (door de gebruikte taal), maar een thema om even bij stil te staan. Andere meningen/besprekingen: Watleesjijnu.nl: http://www.watleesjij.nu/boek/1313875/de-laatkomer Enola.be: http://enola.be/meer/boeken/22305:dimitri-verhulst--de-laatkomer
sharonjanssens7
sharonjanssens7 rated it 6 years ago
This book by Dimitri Verhulst (a Belgian writer) hasn’t been translated to English yet, which is a pity because this book reflects little things of Belgium. In each of the chapters, he tells something about 1 particular thing typical for Belgium but what is not normally associated with of known abou...
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