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Lakes and Gardens By Hannie Rouweler
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Hannie Rouweler (poet and painter), born 1951 in The Netherlands, published her first book of poetry in 1988. Her 15th collection “Wolken, ankers” (Clouds, anchors) was published in... More > 2008. She has a direct and quite simple way of writing. With sparing use of concrete details she creates her own poetic world. In that totality she exposes a tension between dream and reality, past and present, imagination and phrase. Because of this she speaks to a broad audience.< Less
Mirrors and Deserts /Spiegels en Woestijnen By Hannie Rouweler
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BILINGUAL COLLECTION (ENGLISH/DUTCH) OF POEMS: Anise Koltz (Luxembourg) and Margalit Matitiahu (Israel), translated from English into Dutch by Hannie Rouweler. ANISE KOLTZ is Luxembourg’s... More > best-known poet. Founder and director of the festival “Les Journées de Mondorf”, member of the Mallarmé Academy, Paris, of the Pen-Club France and of the Grand-Ducal Institute of Arts and Letters. President of the European Academy of Poetry. Published more than 25 books of poetry, in 15 different languages. National and international prizes. MARGALIT MATITIAHU, Born in Tel Aviv, Israel. Parents born in Thesaloniki, Greece. Studied Hebrew literature and philosophy at Bar-Ilan University. Published 14 books of poetry, in Hebrew and Ladino. Many poetry prizes and awards. Documentaries/films, with her son Jack: “Leon re-encounter”, “Toledo the hidden secret”, on the Jewish history in Spain - past and present. Film festivals in the USA and many countries. Available in several libraries, Universities in the US.< Less
Moving Spots By Hannie Rouweler
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New poems written in English by Hannie Rouweler. Her previous collection of poems is "Lakes and Gardens" (2008). Several poems in "Moving Spots" are translated by John Irons. The... More > subjects of her poems are diverse a.o.: about memories of her childhood, parents, about love and loss, nature, the arts. In the back pages reviews are published from Jostein Sæbøe (Norway), about "Lakes and Gardens" and John Irons (Denmark), about a previous collection "A timeless tide" (2000).< Less
Mirrors and Deserts /Spiegels en Woestijnen By Hannie Rouweler
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BILINGUAL COLLECTION (ENGLISH/DUTCH) OF POEMS: Anise Koltz (Luxembourg) and Margalit Matitiahu (Israel), translated from English into Dutch by Hannie Rouweler. ANISE KOLTZ is Luxembourg’s... More > best-known poet. Founder and director of the festival “Les Journées de Mondorf”, member of the Mallarmé Academy, Paris, of the Pen-Club France and of the Grand-Ducal Institute of Arts and Letters. President of the European Academy of Poetry. Published more than 25 books of poetry, in 15 different languages. National and international prizes. MARGALIT MATITIAHU, Born in Tel Aviv, Israel. Parents born in Thesaloniki, Greece. Studied Hebrew literature and philosophy at Bar-Ilan University. Published 14 books of poetry, in Hebrew and Ladino. Many poetry prizes and awards. Documentaries/films, with her son Jack: “Leon re-encounter”, “Toledo the hidden secret”, on the Jewish history in Spain - past and present. Film festivals in the USA and many countries. Available in several libraries, Universities in the US.< Less
Lakes and Gardens By Hannie Rouweler
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Hannie Rouweler (poet and painter), born 1951 in The Netherlands, published her first book of poetry in 1988. Her 15th collection “Wolken, ankers” (Clouds, anchors) was published in... More > 2008. She has a direct and quite simple way of writing. With sparing use of concrete details she creates her own poetic world. In that totality she exposes a tension between dream and reality, past and present, imagination and phrase. Because of this she speaks to a broad audience.< Less
Lakes and Gardens By Hannie Rouweler
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Hannie Rouweler (poet and painter), born 1951 in The Netherlands, published her first book of poetry in 1988. Her 15th collection "Wolken, ankers" (Clouds, anchors) was published in 2008.... More > She has a direct and quite simple way of writing. With sparing use of concrete details she creates her own poetic world. In that totality she exposes a tension between dream and reality, past and present, imagination and phrase. Because of this she speaks to a broad audience.< Less
Moving Spots By Hannie Rouweler
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New poems written in English by Hannie Rouweler. Her previous collection of poems is "Lakes and Gardens" (2008). Several poems in "Moving Spots" are translated by John Irons. The... More > subjects of her poems are diverse a.o.: about memories of her childhood, parents, about love and loss, nature, the arts. In the back pages reviews are published from Jostein Sæbøe (Norway), about "Lakes and Gardens" and John Irons (Denmark), about a previous collection "A timeless tide" (2000).< Less
Hond en Kat en andere beestjes By Hannie Rouweler
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Gedichten over dieren. Uiteenlopende dichters publiceren in deze bundel gedichten over een dier. Met dierengedichten van Annmarie Sauer, Arjan Braam, Catharina Boer, Chris Van Buggenhout, Christina... More > Guirlande, Cyriel Gladines, Erik Verstraete, FA Brocatus, Floris Brown, Hannie Rouweler, Henk van Zuiden, Herman Rohaert, Herwig Verleyen, Jeannette Coppens, Jenny Dejager, Joris Iven, Kristel D'Huysser, Leo Vroman, Lucienne Stassaert, Marije Kos, Mark Meekers, Marleen De Smet, Miller Caldwell, Patty Scholten, Paula Hagenaars, Pien Storm van Leeuwen, Roger Nupie, Rose Vandewalle, Rozemarijn van Leeuwen, Tanya van der Wacht, Theo van der Wacht, Thierry Deleu, Tjarda Eskes, Wim van Til en Yerna Van den Driessche. Opbrengst van de uitgave is Bestemd voor de Dierenbescherming.< Less
EEN REIS LANGS ROOD EN WIT By Hannie Rouweler
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Nieuwe gedichten van Hannie Rouweler over diverse reizen, kunstobjecten, natuur, liefde, verleden, en afscheid, kindertijd. Nawoord van Roger Nupie (Antwerpen), fragment: "....“De trein is... More > altijd een beetje reizen” luidt de slagzin van de NMBS die te pas en te onpas gebruikt en vaak - met een ironische knipoog - misbruikt wordt. Lezen is ook altijd een beetje reizen, en niet zomaar een beetje. Je wordt als lezer meegesleurd in een nieuwe wereld. Poëzie doet nog meer: de lezer wordt uit zijn vertrouwd cocon gehaald en maakt via een gedicht een trip die hem, in hart en ziel kan raken. Anders dan bij de spoorwegen, heeft tijd hier geen belang: je valt als lezer buiten de tijd, komt in een ander universum terecht. Waar Hannie Rouweler ons naartoe voert klinkt raadselachtig: Het wordt “Een reis langs rood en wit” - een intrigerende titel die de verbeelding prikkelt. De bundel is opgedeeld in drie cycli: “Rood en wit”, “Gedichten over kunst” en het leeuwenaandeel, “Andere gedichten”."< Less
Nieuwe gedichten By Hannie Rouweler
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Nieuwe gedichten, nog niet eerder gepubliceerd in boekvorm, van Hannie Rouweler. Zeer gevariëerde thema's. In deze bundel zijn alle titels op alfabetische volgorde geplaatst van A t / m Z.... More > Achterin het boek bevindt zich een index.< Less