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Bloemlezing uit de poëzie van Guido Gezelle

Guido Gezelle (author), Piet Couttenier (compiler)

Bloemlezing uit de poëzie van Guido Gezelle

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Title
Bloemlezing uit de poëzie van Guido Gezelle
Author
Guido Gezelle 1830-1899
Compiler
Piet Couttenier
Language
Dutch
Publisher
Gent: Poëziecentrum, 1999 | Other editions
301 p., [16] p. pl.
ISBN
90-5655-015-2

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About Guido Gezelle

Guido Pieter Theodorus Josephus Gezelle (1 May 1830 – 27 November 1899) was an influential writer and poet and a Roman Catholic priest from Belgium. He is famous for the use of the West Flemish dialect.

Life

He was born in Bruges in the province of West Flanders, where he also spent most of his life. He was ordained a priest in 1854, and worked as a teacher and priest in Roeselare. He was always interested in all things in English and was given the prestigious right of being the priest for the 'English Convent' in Bruges. He died there in a small room, where it is still forbidden to enter.

He was the son of Monica Devrieze and Pieter Jan Gezelle, a Flemish gardener in Bruges. Gezelle was the uncle of Flemish writer Stijn Streuvels (Frank Lateur).

There is a museum of his works close by the English convent and also a small bar named after him.

He tried to develop an independent Flemi…Read more on Wikipedia

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