"The adventures of adolescence had taught Piet Barol that he was extremely attractive to most women and to many men. He was old enough to be pragmatic about this advantage..."
It is 1907. The belle époque is in full swing. Piet Barol has escaped the drabness of the provinces for the... read more
“But affection is not love and it was love he wanted from him. Sex too, if possible, but love first and foremost. Now he knew he would get neither. he felt pathetic and embarrassed and then brutally sad. Life would now return to snatched encounters, diverting in themselves but conducted without feeling. This would never be again enough.”Didier Loubat
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