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Ton van 't Hof

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in Haarlem, Netherlands
July 18, 1959

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Average rating: 4.64 · 11 ratings · 1 review · 8 distinct works · Similar authors
Dingen sluiten nooit helema...

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Hey! Are You Suffering?

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Aan een ster/ she argued

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In weerwil van alle terreur...

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Fantastisch dat je dit kan!

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Een lijn is een vore

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Ingangspunt

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Mijn poëzie

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To Drink Boiled Snow
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De zin van het leven
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“[It is not] the poet's business to use verse as an advanced form of rhetoric, nor to give to political statements the aura of eternal truth.”
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Koos van Zomeren
“Wanneer je accepteert dat de samenleving je het liefst een etiket opplakt, kun je een vorm van succes bereiken. Maar dan heb je als schrijver afgedaan, want daardoor kom je in de verleiding om te denken dat het toch belangrijk is wat je schrijft. Je wordt een gevangene van je werk door de onbelangrijkheid op te geven.”
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“Het geluk heeft zich niet verstopt in verre paradijzen, achter de horizon of achter de volgende bergkam, maar houdt zich schuil in de naaste omgeving, binnen loopafstand, als het ware.”
Gerrit Jan Zwier, De wandelaar is een weeskind van de romantiek: Op stap in Noord-Nederland

Oliver Sacks
“Over a lifetime, I have written millions of words, but the act of writing seems as fresh, and as much fun, as when I started it nearly seventy years ago.”
Oliver Sacks

Glen David Gold
“To write is to educate and to entertain. Never to exclude.”
Glen David Gold




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