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EVERYTHING BEAUTIFUL BEGAN AFTER

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Love Begins in Winter

ISBN: 13: 9780061661471

"...对无法实现的梦想以及久已失去的人门持续执着,西蒙 • 凡 • 布伊 所描述的人物在这些全然且美丽的故事里游走,直到这些失落的心灵偶然遇见陌生人,让他们从新发觉自己对离开的人门所抱持的责任感。"

在第一个故事当中,世界文明的法国大提琴大师布鲁喏 • 泊尼特只活在音乐之中,用他美丽的琴声来感动全世界的观众。但私底下布鲁喏是个衰弱的人,与社会脱离更无法抱持一份恋情-他被过去难忘的事物给束缚住了。不过他在比佛理丘饭店突然遇见寒娜时,他几十年的寂寞即将结束。两人的命运交错,秘密又持续揭晓时,他们希望在生命中的冬天,爱能在他们一起度过的旅程中维持。

 

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因为。爱

ISBN: 9780061766121

《因为。爱》是得奖作家西蒙 • 凡 • 布伊的第一本短篇故事集。故事发生地点遍及普罗旺斯,纽约,巴黎,罗马,甚至希腊。故事充满了人内心底层的深刻情感,感恩,温馨,同情……道尽了爱,失去,人性的脆弱和孤独无助。西蒙以温婉细腻的笔触刻划出人性的两难抉择,以及在动荡世界中,爱的伟大救赎力量。

   
Why we need love  

Why We Need Love

Non-Fiction Philosophy
Edited by Simon Van Booy

In Why We Need Love, Simon Van Booy curates an enlightening collection of excerpts, passages, and paintings, presenting works by Geoffrey Chaucer, William Shakespeare, John Donne, William Blake, George Eliot, Emily Dickinson, O. Henry, W. B. Yeats, James Joyce, E. E. Cummings, AnaÔs Nin, Marc Chagall, J. Krishnamurti, and others.

"[They] have an instinctive appeal...the three smartly designed paperbacks address their themes directly"
– The Economist

Why We Fight  

Why We Fight

Non-Fiction Philosophy
Edited by Simon Van Booy

In Why We Fight, Simon Van Booy curates an enlightening collection of excerpts, passages, and paintings, presenting works by Sophocles, Tacitus, Pieter Bruegel the Elder, William Shakespeare, Emily BrontŽ, Abraham Lincoln, Charles Dickens, Victor Hugo, Walt Whitman, Friedrich Nietzsche, Oscar Wilde, James Tissot, James Joyce, General George Patton, and others.

"...brimming with thoughts from history's pre-eminent ponderers."
–Wall Street Journal

Why We Fight  

Why Our Decisions Don't Matter

Non-Fiction Philosophy
Edited by Simon Van Booy

In Why Our Decisions Don't Matter, Simon Van Booy curates an enlightening collection of excerpts, passages, and paintings, presenting works by Homer, Sophocles, Horace, Shakespeare, Rembrandt, Voltaire, Blake, Dickinson, Twain, Rilke, Camus, Kerouac, Sartre, Borges, Beckett, and others.

CLICK HERE to view The Rumpusís amazing visual review of Why Our Decisions Don't Matter.

 

The Greek Affair

A novel by Simon Van Booy, Harper Perennial (2011)

 

Pobble's Way

Written by Simon Van Booy and illustrated by Wendy Edelson

As Pobble and her father stroll through the snowy woods near their home in the early evening, a mushroom becomes a frog umbrella, a floating leaf turns into a butterfly boat, and a feather is a tickle stick. In the excitement that follows, Pobble does not notice when her pink mitten falls from her pocket. Soon woodland animals gather and wonder about the soft, pink addition to the forest. With luminous paintings and lyrical language, this picture book celebrates family, natureís beauty, and the power of imaginative thinking.

"With his totally original ear for the English language, Simon Van Booy . . . gives a special style to this tale of a lost mitten."
–Hilary Knight, illustrator, Kay Thompson's Eloise

"Simon Van Booy has written a tale about a magical walk in the woods that celebrates the imaginative naming games that kids love. Fathers will particularly enjoy sharing this story with their children."
–Kate McMullan and Jim McMullan, author and illustrator, I Stink!