In Macquenoise, a Belgian village near the French border, Pierre Liebaert has chronicled the story of a mother and her two farmer sons. He presents the narrative of a civilization on the wane in Europe today, the world of a marginalized family and of economic structures replaced by a modern, sanitized one.
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