Herman Gorter (1864-1927): Poet, Lover and Revolutionary
(Paul Vincent) The Low Countries - 2011, № 19, pp. 138-147
Gorter is more known as a revolutionary propagandist than as the most gifted poet of his age. In fact he was accused by some of having quit literature for the simplifications of dialectical materialism, but he himself saw his work as a continuum, anxious to share his joy in the world with all classes.
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