Geen enkele Nederlandstalige schrijver beheerst de kunst van de lofprijzing zo goed als David Van Reybrouck. Sinds begin 2015 bezingt hij op De Correspondent regelmatig iets, iemand of ergens: de ex, de lente, Leonard Cohen, de poetsvrouw, de mislukking en natuurlijk de liefde. In zijn fijnzinnige odes geeft hij zich helemaal bloot. Van Reybroucks teksten werden veelvuldig gedeeld en vers
Title
Odes
Author
David Van Reybrouck
Language
Dutch
Publisher
Amsterdam: De Bezige Bij, 2018
1 digitaal bestand
Note
Bundeling van essays verschenen tussen 2015 en 2018 in De Correspondent
ISBN
9789403145600
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About David Van Reybrouck

David Grégoire Van Reybrouck (born 11 September 1971, in Bruges) is a Belgian cultural historian, archaeologist and author. He writes historical fiction, literary non-fiction, novels, poetry, plays and academic texts. He has received several Dutch literary prizes, including AKO Literature Prize (2010) and Libris History Prize.

Background and education

Van Reybrouck was born into a family of florists, bookbinders and artists. His father, a farmer's son, spent five years in the Democratic Republic of the Congo as a railway engineer immediately after independence. He holds a doctorate from Leiden University.

Writings

Van Reybrouck's first book, De Plaag (in English: The Plague), was a cross between a travelogue and a literary whodunnit set in post-apartheid South Africa. It received several awards, including the prize for the b…Read more on Wikipedia