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Het boek van wonderlijke nieuwe dingen

Michel Faber (author), Harm Damsma (translator), Niek Miedema (translator)
Deze virtuoze, grensverleggende roman gaat over datgene wat mensen verbindt, zelfs als ze lichtjaren van elkaar gescheiden zijn. ‘Van een andere planeet. De miscommunicatie tussen de twee echtelieden snijdt je geregeld door de ziel. Wat een schrijver.’ de Volkskrant ‘Dit is Michel Fabers tweede meesterwerk, heel anders dan Lelieblank, scharlakenrood, maar in alle opzichten even overtuigend en m
Subject
Godsdienst, Relaties
Title
Het boek van wonderlijke nieuwe dingen
Author
Michel Faber
Translator
Harm Damsma Niek Miedema
Language
Dutch
Original language
English
Original title
The book of strange new things
Publisher
Antwerpen: Vrijdag, 2015
1 digitaal bestand
ISBN
9789057597022
CloudLibrary
3fmbfr9

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About Michel Faber

Michel Faber (born 13 April 1960) is a Dutch-born writer of English-language fiction, including his 2002 novel The Crimson Petal and the White. His latest book is a novel for young adults, D: A Tale of Two Worlds, published in 2020.

Life

Faber was born in The Hague, Netherlands. He and his parents emigrated to Australia in 1967. He attended primary and secondary school in the Melbourne suburbs of Boronia and Bayswater, then attended the University of Melbourne, studying Dutch, Philosophy, Rhetoric, English Language (a course involving translation and criticism of Anglo-Saxon and Middle English texts) and English Literature. He graduated in 1980. He worked as a cleaner and at various other casual jobs, before training as a nurse at Marrickville and Western Suburbs hospitals in Sydney. He nursed until the mid-1990s. In 1993 he, his second wife and family emigrated to Scotland. Faber's second …Read more on Wikipedia

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