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Dat weet ik zelf niet : Jonge mensen in boek en verhaal

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Geschenk (essay) ter gelegenheid van de vier en twintigste boekenweek 28 februari - 7 maart 1959.
Uitgegeven door de vereniging ter bevordering van de belangen des boekhandels Amsterdam.
Hardcover, Boekenweekgeschenk 1959, 74 pages
Published 1959 by vereniging ter bevordering van de belangen des boekhandels
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Danièle
Een van die boeken waarvan ik geen idee meer heb waar 'ie vandaan is gekomen. In ieder geval, het is het derde boekenweekgeschenk, en een essay in plaats van een novelle - en ik denken dat boekenweekgeschenken altijd novelles waren geweest.
Haasse geeft een interessant en goed doordacht overzicht van het jonge mens in boeken en verhaal, wat daarmee ook gelijk een sociohistorisch overzicht wordt van hoe men over jonge mensen dacht en hun positie in de maatschappij. Kort gezegd, het is pas vrij rec
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Britt
Jun 02, 2016 Britt rated it really liked it
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In this short essay Haasse gives a brief overview of the role of children and adolescents in novels.
She begins the story with a brief discussion of how children remain children for a much longer time now than they did centuries ago - a discussion which is still relevant to this day. Then she proceeds with a chronological overview of literature. It seems like children initially were pretty much absent from literature, only to become more prominent in recent literary works. Though her essay has s
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Apr 28, 2013 Booklovinglady rated it really liked it
A truly excellent essay on the mentioning and development of children and juveniles as characters in world literature through the centuries. Should you not have had enough classics on your 'to read' list before you started reading this book, you certainly will have once you finished reading it.
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Hella S. Haasse (1918 - 2011) was born in Batavia, modern-day Jakarta. She moved to the Netherlands after secondary school. In 1945 she debuted with a collection of poems, entitled Stroomversnelling (Momentum). She made her name three years later with the novella given out to mark the Dutch Book Week, Oeroeg (The Black Lake, 1948). As with much of her work, this tale of the friendship between a Du ...more
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