The Everyday is Good. The Novels of Koen Peeters
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The Everyday is Good. The Novels of Koen Peeters

(Tomas Vanheste) THE LOW COUNTRIES - 2014, № 22, PP. 262-273

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Whether it be in the nearby rural Kempen, the Europe of managers and bureaucrats or distant Ruanda, Peeters’ literary universe expresses an unclamorous devotion to the small and the everyday. The postmodern mocker has turned into a serious collector of fragile happiness. With three extracts.

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