Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2004. First edition. Hardcover. A fine, crisp copy/a fine crisp dust jacket. Though the Netherlands has been the site of vigorous literary activity since at least the Beweging van Vijftig (Movement of the Fifties) poets, the status of Dutch as a "minor" language spoken by only fifteen million people has kept its rich poetry more or less a secret. This volume brings the work of six of the most important modern and contemporary Dutch poems to light. They are: Cees Nooteboom, Gerrit Achterberg, Hugo Claus, Sybren Polet, Hans Faverey, and Rutger Kopland, a virtual who's who of Dutch poets. 105pp. (Inventory #: 12922)
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