Bordewijk's classic expressionist novel in the rare first edition.
Condition: this is the paperbound version. The cover is soiled and somewhat damaged, it is curling along the edges and corners. The spine is largely complete but some repairs have been made. Name stamp on endpaper. Somewhat thumbed. This sewn edition in particular is very rare and vulnerable. Cover design by A.M. Oosterbaan.
¶ Ferdinand Bordewijk (Amsterdam, 10 October 1884 - The Hague, 28 April 1965), pen name F. Bordewijk, was a Dutch writer of novels, novellas, plays, prose poems, parodies, eulogies and reviews. His profession was lawyer. He is best known for the three short works Blokken (1931), Knorrende beesten (1933) and Bint (1934), and for the novel Karakter (1938), which was filmed by Mike van Diem in 1997. In 1953, he received the P.C. Hooft Award for two works: the collection of stories ‘Studiën in volksstructuur’ (1951) and the novel ‘De doopvont’ (1952). The Vijverberg Prize of the Jan Campert Foundation was renamed the Ferdinand Bordewijk Prize in 1979. Together with Simon Vestdijk, F. Bordewijk is regarded as the most important Dutch prose writer of his generation
- Anzahl der Bücher
- Autor/ Illustrator
- F. Bordewijk
- Bint - Roman van een zender
- Erscheinungsjahr (ältestes Objekt)
- De Gemeenschap
- Anzahl der Seiten
- 20×14 cm