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Footsteps of Fate

Gelesen von Phil Benson

(3,4 Sterne; 5 Bewertungen)

A short but intense novel, Footsteps of Fate tells of the friendship of two young Dutchmen in London, Frank and Bertie. Arriving destitute at Frank's home one night, Bertie is taken in by his old friend and soon begins to enjoy a life of fashion and dissolution at Frank's expense. On a holiday in Norway, Frank meets Eva and they decide to marry. But Eva struggles to come to terms with Bertie's passion for Frank, which seems to exceed her own. Reluctant to let go of either relationship, Frank finds that the course of life is to be decided by fate. 'Noodlot' (Fate) was the second published novel of the celebrated Dutch novelist, Louis Couperus, and the first to published in English translation, under the title, 'Footsteps of Fate'. - Summary by Philip Benson (5 hr 25 min)

Chapters

Introduction by Edmund Gosse

16:57

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Part One

31:08

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Part Two

33:06

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Part Three I-VI

36:16

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Part Three VII-X

41:51

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Part Three XI-XIV

40:00

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Part Three XV-XVIII

31:04

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Part Four I-IV

30:01

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Part Four V-VI

28:18

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Part Five

36:29

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Bewertungen

kam

(2 Sterne)

would have given more star for this unusual novel because it was very different, but it was too drawn out and very repetitive in parts.