Belgium

Books set in Belgium.

The Pursuit (Fox and O'Hare, #5)
Frappe-toi le coeur
Kom hier dat ik u kus
Wil
Nowhere Boy
Riquet à la houppe
Het smelt
Under the Wide and Starry Sky
Les prénoms épicènes
Arsène Schrauwen
Zink
Wij en ik
War and Turpentine
Pétronille
Le crime du comte Neville
King Leopold's Ghost
Stupeur et tremblements
The Lady and the Unicorn
Het verdriet van België
War and Turpentine
Bruges-La-Morte
The Angel Maker
Memoirs of Hadrian
Tintin in Tibet (Tintin, #20)
On Black Sisters Street
Le Lotus bleu (Tintin #5)
Tintin in the Land of the Soviets (Tintin #1)
Cigars of the Pharaoh (Tintin, #4)
Métaphysique des tubes
Tintin in America (Tintin #3 )
De donkere kamer van Damokles by Willem Frederik HermansMax Havelaar by MultatuliThe Discovery of Heaven by Harry MulischThe Diary of a Young Girl by Anne FrankVan den vos Reynaerde by Unknown
Dutch Literary Canon
123 books — 73 voters
De Kapellekensbaan. Of de 1ste illegale roman van Boontje by Louis Paul BoonDe Leeuw van Vlaanderen by Hendrik ConscienceDe komst van Joachim Stiller by Hubert LampoHet verdriet van België by Hugo ClausVan den vos Reynaerde by Unknown
De top-50 van de Vlaamse literatuur
32 books — 15 voters

How to Walk Away by Katherine CenterThe Secret in the Old Lace by Carolyn KeeneLe dé d'Atanas by Hervé PicartLe coeur-de-gloire by Hervé PicartLe carré de la vengeance by Pieter Aspe
Books set in Bruges
7 books — 3 voters

Pippi Longstocking by Astrid LindgrenThe Summer Book by Tove JanssonMemoirs of Hadrian by Marguerite YourcenarBonjour tristesse by Françoise SaganThe Lover by Marguerite Duras
Europe Minus Men and English
690 books — 154 voters
Kaas by Willem ElsschotThe Lion of Flanders by Hendrik ConscienceThe Angel Maker by Stefan BrijsLijmen / Het Been by Willem ElsschotVilla des Roses by Willem Elsschot
Best Belgian books
137 books — 21 voters


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Belgium is the best remedy against patriotism.
Geert van Istendael

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