‘Auntie Yet' and Humanity. The Internationalism of Henriette Roland Holst
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‘Auntie Yet' and Humanity. The Internationalism of Henriette Roland Holst

(Elsbeth Etty) The Low Countries - 2001, № 9, pp. 135-142

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A short biographical article about Henriette Roland Holst-van der Schalk, poetess, writer and socialist. One of the most revered women in the history of the Netherlands and a great international figure, she owes her reputation to her political activism rather than her poetry. Both her poetry and political life were to a certain degree marred by too much aspiration. Nevertheless she came to personify the political and moral dilemmas of the twentieth century. (with a translated poem)

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