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Transmigrator By Bieke Stengos
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BIEKE STENGOS was born in Flanders, Belgium. She emigrated to Canada in her twenties, and now lives in Guelph, Ontario. TRANSMIGRATOR is her first bundle of poetry.
Transmigrator By Bieke Stengos
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BIEKE STENGOS was born in Flanders, Belgium. She emigrated to Canada in her twenties, and now lives in Guelph, Ontario. TRANSMIGRATOR is her first bundle of poetry.
The Miracle of Saint Anthony By Maurice Maeterlinck
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Maurice Maeterlinck, a frankophone Belgian playwright and poet from Ghent (1862 – 1949), is famous for his Symbolist plays "The Blue Bird", "Monna Vanna" and... More > "Pelléas and Mélisande". "The Miracle of Saint Anthony" (1903) is one of his satirical masterpieces. Maeterlinck won the Nobel Prize in literature in 1911.< Less
The Amazing Interlude: Illustrated By Mary Roberts Rinehart
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An absorbing romance set in the early days of World War I. Against great odds and opposition, 20-year-old Sara Lee Kennedy leaves her small town and stolid fiance to run a soup kitchen for soldiers... More > on the Belgian front. Her experience and a gallant Belgian captain change her worldview.< Less
Heart of Darkness By Joseph Conrad
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"Heart of Darkness", by Joseph Conrad, is widely regarded as a significant work of English literature and has been the most influential in shaping Western culture. The story tells of... More > Charles Marlow, an Englishman who took a foreign assignment from a Belgian trading company as a ferry-boat captain in Africa. "Heart of Darkness" exposes the dark side of European colonization while exploring the three levels of darkness that Marlow encounters: the darkness of the Congo wilderness, the darkness of the Europeans' cruel treatment of the natives, and the unfathomable darkness within every human being for committing heinous acts of evil.< Less
The Blue Bird: A Fairy Play In Six Acts By Maurice Maeterlinck
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The Blue Bird is a 1908 play by Belgian author Maurice Maeterlinck. It premiered on 30 September 1908 at Constantin Stanislavski's Moscow Art Theatre and has been turned into several films and a TV... More > series. The French composer Albert Wolff wrote an opera based on Maeterlinck's original play, and Maeterlinck's innamorata Georgette Leblanc produced a novelization. The story is about a girl called Mytyl and her brother Tyltyl seeking happiness, represented by The Blue Bird of Happiness, aided by the good fairy Bérylune. Maeterlinck also wrote a relatively little known sequel to The Blue Bird, entitled The Betrothal; or, The Blue Bird Chooses.< Less
The Annotated Zanduski By Thomas Whigham
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An English literature professor reconstructs the life of a dead Ruthenian lady--Laura Zanduski--who gained fame as a literary connoisseur, Congolese barkeep, south Georgia busybody, rock and roll... More > impresario, a woman who was also the paramour of kings, presidents, Hollywood moguls, and beer-guzzling mercenaries in the Belgian Congo.< Less
The Betrothal: A Sequel to the Blue Bird By Maurice Maeterlinck
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Maurice Polydore Marie Bernard Maeterlinck was a Belgian playwright, poet, and essayist who wrote in French. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1911. The main themes in his work are... More > death and the meaning of life. His plays form an important part of the Symbolist movement. This book is the sequel to The Blue Bird.< Less
UNTITLED By Shanti Kumari Johnson
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This is a first book of contemporary poetry by a Mexican-American dancer and choreographer, with one poem in Spanish. Shanti Kumari Johnson, whose grandfather was a freedom-fighter in India, and... More > whose Belgian grandmother was the daughter of European diplomats, gives passionate voice to her multi-cultural sensibilities. Her poetry is imbued with the open frankness that comes from an honest and lifelong search for truth, yet is mixed with a kindness and compassion for the recipients of that truth. With a background in philosophy and religion, Shanti Kumari has written a book that is sure to leave the reader with a new perspective about the social condition we all experience as we share the Earth we live in. -- Nalini Johnson< Less
UNTITLED By Shanti Kumari Johnson
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This is a first book of contemporary poetry by a Mexican-American dancer and choreographer, with one poem in Spanish. Shanti Kumari Johnson, whose grandfather was a freedom-fighter in India, and... More > whose Belgian grandmother was the daughter of European diplomats, gives passionate voice to her multi-cultural sensibilities. Her poetry is imbued with the open frankness that comes from an honest and lifelong search for truth, yet is mixed with a kindness and compassion for the recipients of that truth. With a background in philosophy and religion, Shanti Kumari has written a book that is sure to leave the reader with a new perspective about the social condition we all experience as we share the Earth we live in. -- Nalini Johnson< Less

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