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Ly experimental and psychologically astuteThe majority of these stories appear here in English for the first time and many of these names will be unfamiliar to English speaking audiences Dutch writers have been gaining a swell of praise in recent years and have been lauded by figures such as J M Coetzee Milan Kundera and John Updike. Didn t finish every story but I really like the introduction by Joost Zwagerman Almost all of stories and authors are new to me Great to know them

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The Penguin Book of Dutch Short Stories

Book of Kindle #208 For Book of Dutch Short ePUB #10003 anyone interested in European literature these stories are an The Penguin eBook #240 undiscovered snapshot of some of the most interesting and important writing Penguin Book of PDF #206 of the twentieth and twenty first century From the same culture Penguin Book of Dutch Short. Introduction by Joost ZwagermanChronologyMarcellus Emants An Eccentric Een zonderlingLouis Couperus The Opera Glasses De binocleArthur van Schendel The Green Dream De groene droomNescio Young Titans TitaantjesF Bordewijk The Briefcase De aktetasMaria Dermo t The Sirens De sirenenSimon Vestdijk My Brown Friend De bruine vriendBelcampo Funeral Rights UitvaartA Alberts Green GroenAnton Koolhaas Mr Tip is the Fattest Pig Mijnheer Tip is de dikste meneerHella Haasse The Portrait Het portretW F Hermans Glass GlasF B Hotz Women Win Vrouwen winnenHarry Mulisch What Happened to Sergeant Massuro Wat gebeu

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EPUB #10003 that consistently draws worldwide attention for its groundbreaking and avante garde movements in the visual arts this collection displays the same playfulness innovation and sense of humour in Dutch literary Penguin Book of Dutch Short ePUB #10003 movements The stories are varied subversive profound hilarious stylistical. Every month or so The Economist does a review of contemporary fiction from a particular country and recently it was the Netherlands I happen to live there though my Dutch is limited so it was great to find current literature in translation


9 thoughts on “The Penguin Book of Dutch Short Stories

  1. says:

    The Penguin Book of Dutch Short Stories collects thirty six tales one tale per writer and includes familiar names to the English reading public Marcellus Emants Nescio Maria Dermoût Willem Frederik Hermans Harry Mulisch Cees Nooteboo

  2. says:

    Introduction by Joost ZwagermanChronologyMarcellus Emants An Eccentric Een zonderlingLouis Couperus The Opera Glasses De binocleArthur van Schendel The Green Dream De groene droomNescio Young Titans TitaantjesF Bordewijk The Briefcase De aktetasMaria Dermoût The Sirens De sirenenSimon Vestdijk My Brown Friend

  3. says:

    This was so very good And unexpected I picked it up on a recent trip in Amsterdam and didn't know what to expect Really uite excellent work

  4. says:

    I feel bad because these stories are supposed to classic dutch short stories but I only liked 2 or 3 Like the opera glass and the suitcase but others made me fall asleep so it felt like a choir finishing them It was nice to be introd

  5. says:

    Every month or so The Economist does a review of contemporary fiction from a particular country and recently it was the Netherlands I happen to live there though my Dutch is limited so it was great to find current literature in translation

  6. says:

    An excellent overview of Dutch literature and perhaps Dutch spirit through short stories

  7. says:

    Didn't finish every story but I really like the introduction by Joost Zwagerman Almost all of stories and authors are new to me Great to know them

  8. says:

    #ReadYo'Shelves#Own Category Short StoriesThis is the best compilation of short stories I have ever read If I could I would rate it with six starsAnd it is such a wonderful edition Penguin did a really good job here Loved to hold it in my hands

  9. says:

    Amazin how much can you learn about a culture when you read about his novels

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