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Quauhquauhtinchan in den vreemde

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Paperback, 104 pages
Published 1962 by De Bezige Bij
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Jun 17, 2015 Coen rated it did not like it
Het begint heel mooi, spannend en interessant, maar halverwege slaat het om en dan eindigt het nogal onzinnig. Nou ja, onzinnig kan ook mooi zijn, maar in dat geval is het alleen maar heel onzinnig. Ik kon er geen chocola van maken.
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Harry Kurt Victor Mulisch along with W.F. Hermans and Gerard Reve, is considered one of the "Great Three" of Dutch postwar literature. He has written novels, plays, essays, poems, and philosophical reflections.

Mulisch was born in Haarlem and has lived in Amsterdam since 1958, following the death of his father in 1957. Mulisch's father was from Austria-Hungary and emigrated to the Netherlands after
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