Books in Netherlands

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The Netherlands have a long tradition in publishing and where a save haven for publishers with critical books since the seventeenth century. Even today some of the bigger publishing houses of the world are Dutch.

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Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Leiden & the Hague

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author:Rod Bolt
isbn:1860110673
subject:travel

Art and Commerce in the Dutch Golden Age

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author:Michael North
isbn:0300081316
subject:history

Rick Steves' France, Belgium and the Netherlands 1999

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author:Rick Steves,Steve Smith
isbn:1562614622
subject:travel

Blue Guide the Netherlands

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author:Rachel Esner
isbn:0393317994
subject:travel

Art in History History in Art : Studies in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Culture

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author:David Freeberg
isbn:0892362006
subject:culture

Van Gogh

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author:Mike Venezia
isbn:051642274X
subject:culture

The Letters of Vincent Van Gogh

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author:Vincent van Gogh
isbn:0684843005
subject:culture

The Anne Frank:The Diary of a Young Girl

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author:Anne Frank,B. M. Mooyaart (Translator),Eleano..
isbn:0553296981
subject:history

The Undutchables

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A fun book for Dutch people to read and a nice guide for foreigners. It's a bit sinic though....

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author: Colin White, Laurie Boucke
isbn:1888580224
subject:The Dutch

Conversation with Spinoza

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Prizing ideas above all else, radical thinker Baruch Spinoza left little behind in the way of personal facts and furnishings. But what of the tug of necessity, the urgings of the flesh, to which this genius philosopher (and grinder of lenses) might have been no more immune than the next man-or the next character, as Baruch Spinoza becomes in this intriguing novel by the remarkable young Macedonian author Goce Smilevski. Smilevski's novel brings the thinker Spinoza, all inner life, into conversation with the outer, all-too-real facts of his life and his day--from his connection to more..

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author:Goce Smilevski
isbn:0810123762

AMSTERDAM ALWAYS

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www.amsterdamalways.com

 

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author:Marcelo Bendahan
isbn:90-9017724-8

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