History Literature / ADogOfFlanders

18th Oct '17 1:14:16 AM MisterCPC
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* SparedByTheAdaptation: Nello and Pastrache in the 1999 American film.

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* SparedByTheAdaptation: Nello and Pastrache in both the 1959 and 1999 American films, as well as the 1997 anime film.
30th Aug '17 9:02:22 AM LondonKdS
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Despite taking place in Belgium, the story is almost forgotten in the country itself. But in Japan, the book is a classic and a clear example of GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff. Countless Japanese children have read and cried over the sad tale of Nello and his dog. In fact: a large part of Japanese tourism to Antwerp is caused by this tale.

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Despite taking place in Belgium, the story was barely known in the country itself (the novel wasn't translated into Dutch until 1967). It is almost also largely forgotten in the country itself.UK. But in Japan, the book is a classic and a clear example of GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff. Countless Japanese children have read and cried over the sad tale of Nello and his dog. In fact: a large part of Japanese tourism to Antwerp is caused by this tale.
24th Feb '17 7:41:52 AM LondonKdS
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* ArtisticLicenseGeography: This story has been adapted to film or anime many times in Japan. Some versions absolutely didn't do any research for the story. Nello is portrayed as a Dutch boy walking on clumps in a landscape full of tulip fields, which can be found in the Netherlands, but not in Flanders.

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* ArtisticLicenseGeography: This story has been adapted to film or anime many times in Japan. Some versions absolutely didn't do any research for the story. Nello is portrayed as a Dutch boy walking on clumps wearing clogs in a landscape full of tulip fields, which can be found in the Netherlands, but not in Flanders.
5th Feb '17 7:11:08 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* NeverAcceptedInHisHometown: The book was written by a British author and takes place in Belgium, but in both countries the novel fell into obscurity; only in Japan is it a widely-beloved classic.

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* NeverAcceptedInHisHometown: On a meta level. The book was written by a British author and takes place in Belgium, but in both countries the novel fell into obscurity; only in Japan is it a widely-beloved classic.
15th Nov '16 11:00:01 PM mugiwara
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Then, things turn out for the worse. He loses the contest, Nicholas accuses him of pyromania, and his grandfather dies, so he loses his place to stay. Nello and Patrasche wander lonely and sadly through the streets while the snow of Christmas Eve covers the landscape. Nello and his dog pass by the Cathedral of Antwerp and, since the boy admires painter Creator/PeterPaulRubens, he wants to see his famous painting "The Elevation of the Cross". Again tragedy strikes, because he hasn't got enough money. So he leaves and later returns and discovers the church door is open. He enters and is able to see the painting with his own eyes. Next morning Nello and Patrasche are found, frozen to death in front of the painting.

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Then, things turn out for the worse. He loses the contest, Nicholas accuses him of pyromania, and his grandfather dies, so he loses his place to stay. Nello and Patrasche wander lonely and sadly through the streets while the snow of Christmas Eve covers the landscape. Nello and his dog pass by the Cathedral of Antwerp and, since the boy admires painter Creator/PeterPaulRubens, he wants to see his famous painting "The Elevation of the Cross". Again tragedy strikes, because he hasn't got enough money.has no money to pay for the entrance fee. So he leaves and later returns and discovers the church door is open. He enters and is able to see the painting with his own eyes. Next morning Nello and Patrasche are found, frozen to death in front of the painting.



* DiedHappilyEverAfter: Nello did get to see Rubens' painting before he froze to death.

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* DiedHappilyEverAfter: Nello did get to see Rubens' painting painting, together this his beloved dog, before he froze to death.they both died of hypothermia.
6th Nov '16 8:39:49 AM Exxolon
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'''''A Dog of Flanders''''' is a 19th century children's novel, written by British author Creator/{{Ouida}} in 1872. It's the dramatic tale of a young Flemish boy, Nello, and his dog Patrasche.

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'''''A [[quoteright:349:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/adogofflanders.jpg]]
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Dog of Flanders''''' Flanders'' is a 19th century children's novel, written by British author Creator/{{Ouida}} in 1872. It's the dramatic tale of a young Flemish boy, Nello, and his dog Patrasche.
6th Nov '16 8:38:22 AM Exxolon
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* ChildrenAreInnocent

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* ChildrenAreInnocentChildrenAreInnocent: Nello never hurts anyone, takes care of the badly injured Patrasche and is innocent of the charge of pyromania made against him.



* DownerEnding

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* DownerEndingDownerEnding: A small child and his dog freeze to death while looking at a painting.



* HeartwarmingOrphan

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* HeartwarmingOrphanHeartwarmingOrphan: Nello.



* MissingMom

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* MissingMomMissingMom: Dies when Nello is two.



* TooGoodForThisSinfulEarth

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* TooGoodForThisSinfulEarth
TooGoodForThisSinfulEarth: Nello again.
29th Oct '16 7:41:19 PM CaptEquinox
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'''''A Dog of Flanders''''' is a 19th century children's novel, written by British author Ouida in 1872. It's the dramatic tale of a young Flemish boy, Nello, and his dog Patrasche.

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'''''A Dog of Flanders''''' is a 19th century children's novel, written by British author Ouida Creator/{{Ouida}} in 1872. It's the dramatic tale of a young Flemish boy, Nello, and his dog Patrasche.
23rd Jul '16 1:38:48 AM tenryufan
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* NamesTheSame: No, not ''[[TheSimpsons that]]'' [[TheSimpsons Flanders...]]
18th Mar '16 2:08:52 PM Willbyr
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It was adapted as a part of ''Anime/WorldMasterpieceTheater'' in the Seventies.



* WorldMasterpieceTheater: It was adapted as a part of this saga in the Seventies.

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* WorldMasterpieceTheater: It was adapted as a part of this saga in the Seventies.
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