In a dark wood wandering
Hella S. Haasse has written 17 novels as well as poetry, plays and essays, and has received many honors and awards including the Netherlands State Award for Literature. Her books have been translated into English, French, German, Swedish, Italian, Hungarian, Serbo-Croatian and Welsh.
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presence of the prisoner, see him invariably occupied in this way through the
long winter: a figure dressed in black, on his head a velvet cap with flaps, sitting
erect at his table; the parchment sheet hangs over a sloping reading desk, ...
The prisoner of Pontefract hears with mounting concern how his father-in-law
Armagnac struggles vainly against the rising tide of public hatred. A rebellion
breaks out in Paris and the burghers themselves bring Burgundy's troops inside
the city ...
Slowly but surely the prisoner manages to learn the truth behind Waterton's
words: Burgundy seeks an approach to the Dauphin for greater security. He can
do this now, because the Dauphin's party no longer carries the stamp of Orleans
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LibraryThing ReviewGebruikersrecensie - AmaliaGavea - LibraryThing
I’ve always been interested in the period of the Hundred Years' War, the battle between France and England that inspired many stellar moments in Literature and Theatre. This book by Hella S.Haasse ... Volledige review lezen
LibraryThing ReviewGebruikersrecensie - maryreinert - LibraryThing
This is an absolutely fascinating historical trip through the Hundred Years War between France and England. This is not an easy read (I had to make notes in margins and occasionally refer to a ... Volledige review lezen