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Zij die geliefd zijn

Victoria Hislop (author), Erica Feberwee (translator)

Een indringende roman over wat een oorlog met familiebanden doet

Themis groeit in de jaren dertig van de vorige eeuw op in Athene, samen met haar oudere broers en zus. Als de Duitsers in de Tweede Wereldoorlog Griekenland -binnenvallen en bezetten, raakt niet alleen het land, maar ook het gezin tot op het bot verdeeld. Themis’ oudste broer collaboreert met de nazi’s en haar zus heef

Zij die geliefd zijn
Victoria Hislop
Erica Feberwee
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Original title
Those who are loved
Amsterdam: Boekerij, © 2020
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About Victoria Hislop

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Victoria Hislop (née Hamson; born 1959) is an English author.

Early life

Born in Bromley, Kent, she was raised in Tonbridge and attended Tonbridge Grammar School. She studied English at St Hilda's College, Oxford, and worked in publishing and as a journalist before becoming an author.


Her novel The Island (2005) was a number-one bestseller in Britain, its success in part the result of having been selected by the Richard & Judy Book Club for their 2006 Summer Reads. To Nisi (The Island) was filmed as a TV series by the Greek TV channel MEGA.

In 2009, she donated the short story Aflame in Athens to Oxfam's "Ox-Tales" project, four collections of British stories written by 38 authors. Her story was published in the "Fire" collection. Hislop has a particular affection for Greece. She visits the country often f…Read more on Wikipedia