Two Gentlemen of Brussels


"In love, you think there are two of you, when in fact there are three."


In the same vein as Concerto to the Memory of an Angel, The Dreamer of Ostend and Odette Toulemonde, Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt's delightfully fantastical short stories deal with love in all its forms: conjugal, clandestine, paternal, filial but also love of art and love for humanity. With subtle and beguiling intrigues, they peel back appearances to foil the touching complexity of the human heart.