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The Daughters of the Prince by Noel Barber

The Daughters of the Prince (1991)

by Noel Barber

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Op het terras van de Villa Magari, een landgoed buiten Florence, zitten drie jongemannen bijeen in de stralende zon: Steve Price, een welgestelde Amerikaan, Kurt von Schill, een getalenteerd pianist en Hamilton Johns, een veelbelovend schilder.

Ze zijn bijeengekomen voor een ontmoeting met Giorgio Caesari, zijn Engelse vrouw en hun drie beeldschone dochters.

De situatie lijkt geschapen voor liefde en romantiek... maar het is 1938 en Italië zucht onder het fascistische juk terwijl de oorlogsdreiging toeneemt. Liefde en romantiek krijgen hun kans, maar ze worden zwaar op de proef gesteld...
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Three young men (a Brit, American, and German) share a house, and a passion for the three daughters of an Italian nobleman on the outskirts of Florence, before the beginning of World War II. With the outbreak of the war, they are separated by time, distance and loyalties. Tragedy and triumph prevail when fate intervenes and reunites the six friends in war-ravaged Italy.
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