Xavier Hanotte - Promotion des Lettres

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Xavier Hanotte - Promotion des Lettres
COMMUNAUTÉ FRANÇAISE DE BELGIQUE
SERVICE DE LA PROMOTION DES LETTRES BELGES
RIGHTS CATALOGUE FOR BELGIAN FRENCH-WRITING AUTHORS
Xavier Hanotte
Born in 1960, he started out as a
literary translator before turning to
writing novels, short stories and
poetry. His stories, realistic and based
on actual historical facts, describe the
moment when reality veers towards a
buried memory or undreamed of
dimension.
Eberhard Metzger, an architect recruited into the German
army, has to determine the aesthetic merits of a
monument commemorating the First World War that the
military authorities want to blow up. His ruling cannot
ignore two significant realities in his life: his wish to
preserve the Palace of the Prince-Bishops in Bruchsal and
his meeting with Dottie, ten years earlier, in a Coventry,
now flattened by bombs.
Title Un goût de biscuit au gingembre
Publisher Estuaire (Blandain, Belgique)
Date of publication 2006
Original language French
ISBN 2-87443-019-6
Size 19 x 13 cm
Pages 144
Illustration Illustrated black and white
Already translated all rights available
For more information [email protected]
Ministère de la Communauté française de Belgique · Service de la Promotion des Lettres
Boulevard Léopold II, 44 · 1080 Bruxelles
Phone : +32 2 413 20 86 - Fax : +32 2 413 28 94
http://www.cfwb.be/promolet/index.htm

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