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Leo van der Noort. Hooft Award in , both of which were for his work as a whole. Authors and translators Books. He confuses his wife Vera with his first love, Karen, then with a whore, and then with his mother. Bernlef brings such intensity to the telling of this horribly fascinating tale that we have a sense of accompanying Maarten in his descent, not as observers but as participants in his tragedy. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Hoornik, by whom he eventually had two children.

Novelist , poet , translator. Bernlef died on 29 October , aged 75, at his home in Amsterdam after a short illness. One issue was composed entirely of wallpaper samples. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Slowly but surely he loses grip on his final mainstay: This page was last edited on 7 November , at Bernlef, Ronnie Appelman, J. Hooft Award winners People from Langedijk 20th-century Dutch poets 20th-century Dutch novelists 20th-century translators 20th-century Dutch male writers.

Bernlef and American poetry: In that year he married Eva Hoornik, daughter of the poet Ed. Bernlefwho debuted inhas produced an hersnschimmen body of work including poems, short stories, novels and essays.

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It was widely translated, [14] filmed in and produced as a play in The New York Times. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. One issue was composed entirely of wallpaper samples. Hersenschimmen brought him great success.

Poetic-strategic mentions of Marianne Moore. Maarten Klein, a Dutchman who has emigrated to the US, suddenly realizes he is losing grip on his once so hersensschimmen life, whether he likes it or not.

Marsman was born on 14 January in Sint Pancras and worked in a number of genres under a variety of pseudonyms, which included Ronnie Appelman, J. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

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Eclips captures the reverse process as the victim of an accident whose mind has been incapacitated slowly returns to normality. His sentences become shorter, he can no longer come up with the right words and finally even the voice in his head falls silent. Grauw, Cas den Haan, S. This page was last edited on 7 Novemberat Views Read Edit View history. Hoornik, by hdrsenschimmen he eventually had two children. Authors and translators Books.

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Even though Hersenschimmen deals indirectly with the problems of writing it has also been widely read in medical circles whose professional concerns are dementia and aphasia. The quickly deteriorating Maarten knows there have always been explanations hersenschimmrn to the facts of his life, heresnschimmen now he can no longer reach them.

One of these was eventually made into a tall mural on a Leiden apartment block. Bernlef Out Of Mind. He confuses his wife Vera with his first love, Karen, then with a whore, and then with his mother. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Past and present, appearance and reality become one. There had already been a well-known Dutch poet named Hendrik Marsman who had died inso this Marsman preferred to take the name of an 8th-century blind Frisian poet named Bernlef as his chief nom de plume. Bernlef, Ronnie Appelman, J. Hooft Award inboth of which were for his work as a whole. Language as a remedy. Bernlefwas a Dutch writer, poet, novelist and translator, much of whose work centres on mental perception of reality and its expression.

Slowly but surely he loses grip on his final mainstay: Bernlef brings such intensity to the telling of this horribly fascinating tale that we have a sense of accompanying Maarten in his descent, not as observers but as participants in his tragedy. Bernlef was later to pursue such themes at greater length in his novels. He was an industrious writer and shortly before his death a photo showed the pile of his works as equaling him in height.

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Later poems explore problems of perception and expression, often referencing the performance of jazz musicians and artists. At the same time, his friend Schippers married her twin sister Erica. It was made into a feature film.

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Bernlef died on 29 Octoberaged 75, at his home in Amsterdam after a short illness. Retrieved 30 October While out for a walk he breaks into a deserted building thinking he has to take down the minutes of a meeting.

Novelistpoettranslator. Language appears to be the only remedy he has to give sense to all these fragmentary impressions.

Brands, he went on to visit the Dada exhibition at the Stedelijk Museum and inspired by that launched with them the seminal magazine Fikm He won numerous literary awards, including the Constantijn Huygens Prize in and the P.

Retrieved from ” https: Wikimedia Commons has media related to J. So too, had his father noted down the air temperatures in carefully kept graphs, in search of a system that must somehow lie behind the facts. Surrounded by a landscape filling up with snow it appears all tracks are being erased as fiilm witnesses how reality is coming apart at the seams into chunks of isolated observations. That is why he names as meticulously as he can, all that he thinks, feels and sees.

Leo van der Noort. Hooft Award winners People from Langedijk 20th-century Dutch poets 20th-century Dutch novelists 20th-century translators 20th-century Dutch male writers. Barbarberthe magazine set up by Bernlef and his friends inoriginally came out in an edition of copies and was filled with Neo-Dadaist gestures, ready-mades and both verbal and pictorial collages.