Niemandsgedichten
Hamelink, Jacques

Hamelink, Jacques. Niemandsgedichten. gedichten van Jacques Hamelink. Amsterdam: Jacques Hamelink, 1976. Printed by Thieme, Nijmegen. 121 pages. Volumes: 1 volume. Series: BBpoëzie. First Edition. 13,5 cm. x 21 cm.
Condition: Fine. Softcover. Perfect binding.

SUMMARY:
Jacobus Marinus Hamelink (born 12 January 1939 in Driewegen), better known as Jacques Hamelink, is a Dutch poet, novelist, and literary critic, who is best known for his early short story collections such as Het plantaardig bewind (“The Vegetative Dominion”, 1964) and De rudimentaire mens (“Rudimentary Man”, 1968). Later on in his career he gradually abandoned his pessimistic prose and chose to write more and more poetry full of historical and literary references, while at the same time not neglecting the sound value of his verse.

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General

Full TitleNiemandsgedichten
Sub-titlegedichten van Jacques Hamelink
SeriesBBpoëzie
LanguageDutch
Original LanguageDutch

Creators

AuthorsHamelink, Jacques

Imprint

PublisherJacques Hamelink
Publishing PlaceAmsterdam
PrinterThieme
Printing PlaceNijmegen
Release Year1976

Description

H x L x W13.5 x 0 x 21 cm
Pages121
Volumes1 volume
Cover FormatSoftcover
BindingPerfect binding
ConditionFine

Editorial

EditionFirst Edition

Info

SummaryJacobus Marinus Hamelink (born 12 January 1939 in Driewegen), better known as Jacques Hamelink, is a Dutch poet, novelist, and literary critic, who is best known for his early short story collections such as Het plantaardig bewind ("The Vegetative Dominion", 1964) and De rudimentaire mens ("Rudimentary Man", 1968). Later on in his career he gradually abandoned his pessimistic prose and chose to write more and more poetry full of historical and literary references, while at the same time not neglecting the sound value of his verse

Identifiers

SKUSKU-0901
ISBN 109789023444954
ISBN 139023444957