A Crown for Christine D'haen
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A Crown for Christine D'haen

(Paul Claes) The Low Countries - 1993, № 1, pp. 289-290

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In 1992 Christine D'haen, a relatively obscure Flemish poet with a consciously anti-fashionable and complex oeuvre, was presented the prestigious Prize for Dutch literature.

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