A Lost World. The Work of Erwin Mortier
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A Lost World. The Work of Erwin Mortier

(Cyrille Offermans) The Low Countries - 2001, № 9, pp. 284-286

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In 2001 the Flemish writer Erwin Mortier had two books to his name – together hardly more than three hundred pages, but more than enough to warrant the assessment that Dutch literature has been enriched with a new sound. And what is so remarkable about these novels: there's nothing at all modern about them!

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