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Ontaarde moeders

Bonnie, een carrièrevrouw, heeft dochter Maryemma en echtgenoot Zwier in de steek gelaten. Ook Bonnie werd 37 jaar geleden door Meyken, officieel haar zus, afgestaan aan haar grootmoeder. Doorheen vier generaties schijnt zich eenzelfde patroon af te tekenen, waarbij Maryemma, het grootste slachtoffer van ontaard moederschap, elke dag lijdt onder haar moeders keuze.
Subject
Relaties
Title
Ontaarde moeders
Author
Renate Dorrestein 1954-2018
Language
Dutch
Distributor
Brussel: Luisterpunt, 1992
8 banden
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About Renate Dorrestein

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Renate Maria Dorrestein (25 January 1954 – 4 May 2018) was a Dutch writer, journalist and feminist. She started working as a junior journalist for the Dutch magazines Libelle and Panorama. During the period 1977 - 1982 she published in Het Parool, Viva, Onkruid and Opzij. Dorrestein published her first novel (Buitenstaanders) in 1983. Her sister's suicide had a great influence on her books. Dorrestein won the Annie Romein prize in 1993 for her complete body of work. A lot of Dorrestein's books were translated, and they were sold in 14 countries.

In September 2017 Dorrestein publicly announced that she was suffering from esophageal cancer. She died on 4 May 2018 at the age of 64.

Bibliography

  • 1976 – Voorleesboek voor planten (ISBN 9021603977)
  • 1983 – Buitenstaanders
  • 1985 – Vreemde streken
  • Read more on Wikipedia