In dit boek, zijn tweede eilandenbundel, beschrijft Boudewijn Büch het nagenoeg onmogelijke, het allerbizarste en de complete eenzaamheid. Verder reizen is niet mogelijk, en de lezer kan hem daarbij op de voet volgen... 'Wie zich meer reiziger dan toerist voelt zal leesplezier beleven aan Eenzaam, dat ook nog een register op eilandnamen en personen bevat. Kortom, ideale vakantielectuur.' HET VOLK
Subject
Eilanden
Title
Eenzaam
Author
Boudewijn Büch
Language
Dutch
Publisher
[Plaats van uitgave niet vastgesteld]: Singel Uitgeverijen, 2011
1 digitaal bestand
ISBN
9789029580892
CloudLibrary
3h8hnz9

About Boudewijn Büch

Boudewijn Maria Ignatius Büch (14 December 1948 – 23 November 2002) was a Dutch writer, poet and television presenter.

Early life

Büch was born in a Catholic family. He was born in a hospital in The Hague and spent his childhood in Wassenaar. His father was a civil servant. He and Boudewijn's mother divorced in 1963. Boudewijn had five brothers, one of them the TV-presenter Menno Buch.

Controversy

Büch exhibited pseudologia fantastica, uttering various falsehoods about his life. Tellingly, a 2004 biography has the subtitle (translated) "Report on a mystification".

One of these lies was that he was the father of a child that had died at the age of around six. The boy he referred to did exist, but the child was not his and it did not die. This lie formed the basis of his successful novel De kleine blonde dood ("The small blond death").

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