Vol. XIV, #2 New Flemish Fiction

Review of Contemporary Fiction
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • Hugo Bousset, “The Far North and the Deep South: Contemporary Fiction in the Netherlands and Flanders”
  • Ivo Michiels, “The White Tents by the Tall Windows”
  • Paul de Wispelaere, “The Charred Alphabet”
  • Hugo Claus, “A Gentle Destruction”
  • Mark Insingel, “That Is to Say”
  • Daniel Robberechts, “Subjects”
  • Walter van den Broeck, “The Siege of Laken”
  • Monika van Paemel, “The Accursed Fathers”
  • Leo Pleysier, “White Always Looks Good”
  • Pol Hoste, “Feminine Singular”
  • Stefan Hertmans, “Borders of Deserts”
  • Kristien Hemmerechts, “Island”
  • Patricia de Martelaere, “The Artist and His Model”
  • Koen Peeters, “The 1958 World’s Fair”
  • Theo Hermans, “Postwar Dutch Fiction in English Translation since 1980: A Checklist”
  • Steven Moore, “An Interview with Carole Maso”
  • Alexander Theroux, “The Novel of Learning: Endangered Species”
  • Charles Monaghan, “Timothy O’Keefe: 1926-1994″
  • Books Received
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Publication: Review of Contemporary Fiction
Volume: 14
Issue: 2
Format: Paperback / softback
Language: eng
List price: $10.00