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Restletsels

Jeroen Brouwers (author)
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Brouwers volhardt in zijn streven om de Nederlandse letteren te zuiveren van parvenu's en clichés. In deze bundel staan nieuwe polemieken over collega-schrijvers, recensenten en taalbureaucraten, aangevuld met essays, waaronder een kritisch eerbetoon aan oeuvre en geest van Harry Mulisch.
Contents
Bevat: Zwavelzuur, Restletsels, Wie wat bewaart, Brieven, Parasieten Parvenu's, Tunnelvisie, Personenregister
Subject
Literatuur
Title
Restletsels
Author
Jeroen Brouwers
Language
Dutch
Edition
1
Publisher
Zutendaal: Noli Me Tangere, 2012
296 p. : ill.
ISBN
9789045022376 (paperback)

About Jeroen Brouwers

Jeroen Godfried Marie (Jeroen) Brouwers (born 30 April 1940, in Batavia) is a Dutch writer.

From 1964 to 1976 Brouwers worked as an editor at Manteau publishers in Brussels. In 1964 he made his literary debut with Het mes op de keel (The Knife to the Throat).

He won the Ferdinand Bordewijk Prijs in 1989 for De zondvloed, the Constantijn Huygens Prize in 1993 for his collected works, and in 1995 the Prix Femina for International works for his book Bezonken rood (Sunken Red). In 2007 he refused the Dutch Literature Prize (Prijs der Nederlandse Letteren) - the highest literary accolade in the Dutch-speaking world - because he considered the prize money of €16,000 too low for all his work.

His life

Jeroen Brouwers was born on 30 April 1940 in Batavia, the capital of the former Dutch East Indies (now Jakarta, Indonesia). He is the fourth child of Jacques Theodorus Maria Brouwers (1903–…Read more on Wikipedia