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  • Both this book and Mr. Roché's only other novel, "Two English Girls" also brought to the screen by Mr. Truffaut, were manifestly autobiographical, evoking a vanished world that begins in the belle epoque and ends as Hitler's brownshirts burn books by night in Munich, Germany.

    For the Love of a Fickle Woman

  • Edwardian Promenade la belle epoque in our modern world

    Featured Book: Victorians and Edwardians at Work | Edwardian Promenade

  • With her death, American and European art has lost not only a tremendous and hugely influential artist, but a direct link between the art of the 21st century and belle epoque Paris, with cubism, symbolism, surrealism and abstract expressionism, and all that followed.

    Louise Bourgeois dies in New York, aged 98

  • Mr. Kafadar and his firm are responsible for many of the city's leading hammams, and are currently working on the spa and hammam for the spring re-opening of the Pera Palace, Istanbul's legendary belle-epoque hotel.

    Hammam Rejuvenation

  • Population transfer was advocated by the British in 1937 in the Peel Report due to the Arab hatred of, and attacks on, Jews and was a perfectly reasonable proposal in that epoque, a successful population transfer having been carried out in the 1920s following Greek/Turkish war.

    John Terry’s sacking as England captain tells us something interesting...

  • Et puis je conduisais par obligation parce qu'a cette epoque je bossais comme Pigiste dans un journal regional!

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  • C a cette epoque que j'ai vu raccourcir mes cheveux de jour en jour pourles avoir ajd'hui court mais ca c parce que j'prefere et c plus pratique!

    pinku-tk Diary Entry

  • Si ma paralysie ne touchait il y a une epoque que mes pieds elle s'est etendu par la suite aux jambes entieres ...

    pinku-tk Diary Entry

  • This book honestly reflects the cultural confusion currently dominant, in the wreckage of the "belle epoque," a period that Sterling dates from 1989 to 2001.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • Gregoire le Grand et son epoque (Rouen, 1869); BELMONTE, Gregorio M. e il suo tempo (Florence, 1871); BOHRINGER, Die Vater des Papsiiums,

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI

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