Hendrik Marsman

Hendrik Marsman, one of the most important Dutch poets of the twentieth-century, was also an influential critic and editor. His work reflects an abiding fascination with classical European culture. Born in 1899, he died in 1940 while trying to escape to England after the outbreak of World War II. 

  • Seb, “Gilded/Glider,” Amsterdam, October 8, 2008
    February 8, 2017 | Hendrik Marsman
    Seb, “Gilded/Glider,” Amsterdam, October 8, 2008 from Zodiac  Early in the morning he wanders through the city.The silence is unnerving, and quickly the streetraises empty eyes to t...

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