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Douglas Redant

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    Why I Don't Want a Modern-Style House

    2 months ago

    I've always been attracted to classical styles of architecture. Modernist architecture just doesn't do it for me, but many architects have the opposite opinion. So, am I wrong? I explored my reasons and concluded that it's its unnaturalness that makes me find it ugly.

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    Five Mystical Forests of Europe

    12 months ago

    Throughout time, forests have always spoken to our sense of the mysterious. Their use in legends, myths and fantasy literature attests to this. Some woods, however, have such a history within our story traditions that they have become almost mystery-embodied. Here are five such ancient forests.

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    What Can We Do for the Climate?

    6 months ago

    As climate activists, it is not always easy to find in-depth information about climate change. Here are five areas in our daily life that we can take action in.

  • Thirteen Contemporary Belgian Pop Musicians Worth a Listen
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    Thirteen Contemporary Belgian Pop Musicians Worth a Listen

    16 months ago

    Belgium has a thriving music scene. Aside from festivals like Tomorrowland, it has many great musical artists, and not only on the Eurovision song contest. Here is a list of some of the Belgian musicians popular on the country's charts and internationally.

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    Stranger in the Castle - Part 3

    12 months ago

    The third part of a three-part historical comedic novellette set in France

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    Stranger in the Castle - Part 2

    2 years ago

    The second part of a three-part historical comedic novellette set in France

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    Stranger in the Castle - Part 1

    2 years ago

    The first part of a three-part historical comedic novellette set in France

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    English Literature: 15 Quite Forgotten Canonical Authors

    2 years ago

    The canon of English literature has a lot of well-known authors, but also some lesser-known ones. Here is a list of great but often forgotten British authors and some of their classic books, poems and plays that are definitely worth a read.

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    Six Forgotten Interior Design Styles

    3 months ago

    If you don't like farmhouse, scandinavian, glam, bohemian, industrial or mid-century modern, reading interior design blogs might be frustrating. Fortunately, there are more styles than only these. Here are six beautiful interior decorating styles that seem to have dissappeared, but haven't actually.

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    Which Language Do They Speak in Belgium?

    23 months ago

    Which language do Belgians speak? It might surprise some, but the mothertongue of the Belgian population is not English, nor do most Belgians speak French. But what do they speak then? In this article, I will explain what Belgians do speak and why the Belgian language question is not that easy.

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    What Is a Gothic Novel? (Definition, History & Examples)

    2 months ago

    The gothic novel is one of the most important popular genres in literary history, but this does not mean that it is one of the most well-known or well-understood. In this article, you get a glimpse of what this fascinating genre truly entails by delving deep into its origins.

  • Why a Wedding Can Be the Best Kind of Witchcraft
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    Why a Wedding Can Be the Best Kind of Witchcraft

    3 years ago

    Weddings might be far from witchy in your mind, but I believe their highly ritualised proceedings have the same purpose as the mystic proceedings of many traditional pagans. Being conscious of this, I think couples can get an understanding of what matters on their day by understanding witchcraft.

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    Tips for Finding the Right Present for Someone

    2 years ago

    Finding the right present is not easy. In this article, the art of present-hunting is dissected and analysed in order for you to find a deeper understanding of how to go about looking for the most suited gift for your receiver and the occasion.

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    Fourteen Lost European Cities Primarily Known From Myth and Folklore

    3 years ago

    Troy was once seen as primarily fictional, until Heinrich Schliemann found the first remnants of a site that is now accepted as the famous mythical city. Here are some more sites from European folklore and mythology that could present new archaeologists with a similar opportunity.

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    Loving (a poem)

    4 years ago

    A poem about devotion to a bride, a groom, a newborn, a pet or any other entity that can fill a heart with reverence.

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    Belgian Literature: Some Classic Authors and Works You Might Wish to Know

    22 months ago

    Belgium has a fascinating cultural history of its own. As a neighbour of France, Germany, England and the Netherlands, it has been influenced by and has influenced many cultural superpowers. Here is a list of some of Belgium's most interesting authors and the works that made them once famous.

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