Arranger of Voices. The Literary Work of Leo Pleysier
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Arranger of Voices. The Literary Work of Leo Pleysier

(Cyrille Offermans) The Low Countries - 1996, № 4, pp. 141-151

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Leo Pleysier is, in some sense, a writer of small literature. His gaze is not fixed on literary history, nor on the all-embracing and universal, the themes not tied to time and place in which ‘the Great' seem to feel so at home. He has stripped himself of all trace of any pose. He takes all his material from his immediate environment. He is, being himself involved, a careful and sceptical arranger of voices. (with translated extracts from ‘White Always Looks Good' and ‘The Yellow River Is Frozen' by Leo Pleysier)

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