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Gelukszoekers

DE OPBRENGST VAN DIT BOEK GAAT NAAR WERKEN ZONDER GRENZEN

Over vluchtelingen, migranten, angst en hoop

De massale immigratie naar Europa valt volgens Ilja Leonard Pfeijffer niet te stoppen. ‘En wat onvermijdelijk is, kun je maar het beste zo goed mogelijk organiseren.’
Gelukszoekers is een bundeling van Pfeijffers journalistieke stukken en columns uit nrc.next, een fra
Subject
Vluchtelingen
Title
Gelukszoekers
Author
Ilja Leonard Pfeijffer
Language
Dutch
Publisher
[Plaats van uitgave niet vastgesteld]: Singel Uitgeverijen, 2016
ISBN
9789029506823
CloudLibrary
3h8d2z9

About Ilja Leonard Pfeijffer

Ilja Leonard Pfeijffer (born 17 January 1968) is a Dutch poet, novelist, polemicist and classical scholar. He was born in Rijswijk, Netherlands, and studied, lived and worked in Leiden, and he moved permanently to Genoa, Italy, in 2008.

Biography

Ilja Leonard Pfeijffer was born on 17 January 1968 in Rijswijk in the Netherlands.

He made his début in 1998 with a collection entitled Of the Square Man, containing of fifty-odd highly individualistic poems. This debut won him the 1999 C. Buddingh’ poetry prize.

As well as a poet, Pfeijffer was for some time a Greek scholar on the staff of Leiden University. He wrote a dissertation on the poetry of Pindar and published a history of classical literature for the general reader. Regarding his own poetry he has outspoken views, not just in his oft-quoted programmatic opening poem "Farewell Dinner," in which he dismisses the hermetic Hans F…Read more on Wikipedia