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De raadselachtige Multatuli ; Max Havelaar of de Koffiveilingen der Nederlandsche Handelsmaatschappy door Multatuli...

Willem Frederik Hermans (author), Multatuli (author)

De raadselachtige Multatuli ; Max Havelaar of de Koffiveilingen der Nederlandsche Handelsmaatschappy door Multatuli...

Biografie van Eduard Douwes Dekker (1820-1887), met een fotografische herduk van de vijfde en definitieve druk van 'Max Havelaar', met Multatuli's aantekeningen daarbij en het commentaar van W.F. Hermans daarop.
Contents
De raadselachtige Multatuli / Willem Frederik Hermans
Max Havelaar of de Koffiveilingen der Nederlandsche Handelsmaatschappy / Multatuli
Multatuli's grieven / H. des Amorie van der Hoeven
Subject
Multatuli
Title
De raadselachtige Multatuli ; Max Havelaar of de Koffiveilingen der Nederlandsche Handelsmaatschappy door Multatuli : beschouwend werk
Author
Willem Frederik Hermans Multatuli
Language
Dutch
Publisher
Amsterdam: De Bezige Bij, 2017
919 p. : ill. + Bijlage 11: Multatuli's grieven
Note
Facsimile uitgave
ISBN
9789023442318 (luxe editie)
Placing suggestion
Nederlands 853.6 (SISO) Schrijvers ; Schrijvers (ZIZO)

Availability in Flemish libraries

More than 2 times in Flemish libraries

About Willem Frederik Hermans

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Willem Frederik Hermans (1 September 1921 – 27 April 1995) was a Dutch author of poetry, novels, short stories, plays, as well as booklength studies, essays, and literary criticism. His most famous works are The House of Refuge (novella, 1952), The Darkroom of Damocles (novel, 1958), and Beyond Sleep (novel, 1966).

After World War II, Hermans tried to live off his writing exclusively, but as his country was just recovering from the Occupation, he had no opportunity to sustain himself. He published three important collections of short stories from 1948 to 1957, chief among them the novella The House of Refuge (1952), and in 1958 became lecturer in physical geography at Groningen University, a position he retained until his move to Paris, France, in 1973. The same year 1958 he broke to a wide audience with The Darkroom of Damocles. In the seventies Hermans played an important role in the unmasking of Fried…Read more on Wikipedia

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