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Eline Vere; Een Haagsche roman

Eline Vere; Een Haagsche roman by Louis Couperus
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In "Eline Vere; Een Haagsche roman" by Louis Couperus, readers are taken on a journey through the upper-class society of The Hague in the late 19th century. The protagonist, Eline Vere, is a young woman struggling with her place in society and her own internal conflicts.

The novel delves deep into Eline's psyche, exploring themes of societal expectations, mental health, and the pressures of conformity. Couperus's writing style is rich and descriptive, painting a vivid picture of the lavish lifestyle of the Dutch elite.

As Eline's story unfolds, readers are captivated by her struggles and desires, rooting for her to find happiness and fulfillment. The novel's portrayal of the complexities of human emotions and relationships is both poignant and thought-provoking.

Overall, "Eline Vere; Een Haagsche roman" is a beautifully written and insightful novel that offers a glimpse into the world of the Dutch upper class and the inner turmoil of its characters. Couperus's masterful storytelling and vivid prose make this a captivating read for anyone interested in psychological dramas set in historical settings.

Book Description:

De 19e eeuwse klassieker Eline Vere speelt in de gegoede kringen van Den Haag. Eline is een jonge, mooie maar labiele vrouw die zich veel van het leven voorstelt en een levendige fantasie heeft. De werkelijkheid valt haar telkens tegen en ze vlucht weg van de realiteit. (Samenvatting door Carola Janssen)

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