Escal-Vigor by Georges Eekhoud download in iPad, ePub, pdf
From time immemorial the Kehlmarks had been considered as the masters and protectors of Smaragdis. When he came into his own he started working for a journal. All sorts of traditions and customs, abhorred in the other provinces, continued here notwithstanding ecclesiastical anathemas and priestly admonitions.
The rustic Campine was in this book replaced with the brutal life of love and death in the Antwerp dockland metropolis and its dirty industry. At the very beginning of commercial enterprise in the west, a colony of Hanseatic merchants settled there. His christianising efforts were, without doubt, pre-destined to prove quite useless.
Escal-Vigor is a homogeneous, linear text. What I liked about this book was the way that Henry was no longer ashamed of his predilictions. Henry was born there some months before their death.
His ill-health still further increased his susceptibility. The Kehlmarks claimed descent from the Danish sea-kings, or Vikings. Smaragdis, or the Emerald Isle, was a dependency of the half-German, half-Celtic kingdom of Kerlingalande. Many of these readers were shocked, because the book is concerned with love between men.
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