A Handful of Maeterlinck from Wales
(Wim D' haveloose) The Low Countries - 2011, № 19, pp. 156-163
The author found a small pile of five books in a book village in South Wales: English translations of Maeterlinck, Nobelprize 1911, a Flemish writer writing in French. He finds out that in de fin de siècle and in the years prior to the First World war, Maeterlinck briefly restored enchantment, so thoroughly eradicated by the Enlightenment and in literature by realism and naturalism.
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