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Austelitz é uma narrativa notável, tão curiosa quanto despretensiosa, que nos dá a conhecer Jacques Austerlitz, numa espécie de monólogo meditativo interior, ao longo de um passeio pelas costas de East Anglia. 167 more words


Austerlitz in Paris

W G Sebald’s novels tend to begin with someone setting out on a journey.  His protagonists are almost always in transit, and if they do settle somewhere it is not likely to be long-term.  1,851 more words

Second World War

On the walls of Paris

First time I went to Paris, I started noticing the plaques.  I expected them to be the equivalent of our blue plaques, famous bloke (or occasionally woman) was born/lived/died/did something famous here.  2,822 more words


CEUFF 2017: Louise by the Shore, Mythopathy, & Austerlitz

The unforgettable impact of the past on the present is at the forefront of these three films. From powerhouse EU countries France, Germany, and Greece, these films remind us of the importance of the past and how it affects everything we do in the future. 748 more words


A version of the following piece should appear at Time Out Chicago sometime before Friday.

The Chicago European Union Film Festival kicked off at the Gene Siskel Film Center on March 3 and continues until the end of the month. 342 more words

Film Reviews

The Battle of Austerlitz: War of the Third Coalition

The Battle of Austerlitz,  François Gérard (1809). 

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The Formation of the Third Coalition (August 1805 – December 1806)

Since 1792, France had been at war with all of the major powers of Europe; though peace had been made with each in turn, Great Britain held out the longest. 2,882 more words

French History