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Vertel hoeveel ik van je hou : vijfendertig liefdesgedichten

Hans Andreus (author), Menno Wigman (compiler)

Vertel hoeveel ik van je hou : vijfendertig liefdesgedichten

Subject
Liefde
Title
Vertel hoeveel ik van je hou : vijfendertig liefdesgedichten / Hans Andreus ; gekozen door Menno Wigman
Author
Hans Andreus
Compiler
Menno Wigman 1966-2018
Language
Dutch
Publisher
Amsterdam: Bakker, 1999 | Other editions
44 p.
ISBN
90-351-1958-4

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About Hans Andreus

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Hans Andreus (21 February 1926, Amsterdam – 9 June 1977, Putten) was the pseudonym of the Dutch poet and writer Johan Wilhelm van der Zant.

Van der Zant was born in Amsterdam. His parents divorced soon after his birth, his mother remarried, and the family lived in Scheveningen between 1930 and 1937 before moving back to Amsterdam. He started to write poems in 1939, and dropped out of school in 1940. In 1945, he studied for a while at the Amsterdamse Toneelschool, but also dropped out in 1947. Afterwards he worked as a corrector with De Volkskrant.

Andreus' debut work, the poetry book 'Muziek voor Kijkdieren', came out in 1951. His work is seen as part of the Dutch/Belgian literary movement known as 'De Vijftigers', a group of young poets started in the late 40s and connected to the COBRA movement, which also included Lucebert and Hugo Claus.

Besides poetry, Andreus also wrote a large number of children's books, the best known series of which revolve…Read more on Wikipedia

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