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Spinoy, Erik ULg

in Nieuw Wereld Tijdschrift (1998), 5(4), 74-75

This is a review of Dutch translations of Hölderlin's poetry, made by the Dutch writer and critic Ad den Besten.

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See detailSubliem, al te subliem
Spinoy, Erik ULg

in Parmentier (1998), 8(4), 119-125

This articles tries to explain public resistance towards the early work of Dutch poet Hans Faverey, as a consequence of the fact that this work is motivated by a sublime aesthetics.

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See detailDekonstruktion und Weltschmerz. Die paradoxe Prosa Paul van Ostaijens
Spinoy, Erik ULg

in Missinne, Lut; Geeraedts, Loek (Eds.) Paul van Ostaijen, Die Avantgarde und Berlin (1998)

This chapter discusses the 'grotesque' prose written by modernist author Paul van Ostaijen during and after his stay in Berlin during the revolutionary postwar years.

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See detailDuisterende frambozen
Spinoy, Erik ULg

in Groenewegen, Hans (Ed.) Door geen poëzie meer uitgewist (1997)

This is a discussion of a crucial poem by the major modernist poet Hans Faverey.

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See detailMeedogenloze schoonheid. De laatste gedichten van Paul van Ostaijen en Hans Faverey
Spinoy, Erik ULg

in Spiegel der Letteren (1997), 39(2), 183-203

This article reads two poems by Paul van Ostaijen and Hans Faverey, and goes on to demonstrate that both can be considered to be the fruit of an aesthetics of the sublime.

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See detailDe sneeuwuil en de sjimpansee. Over Faverey en Van Ostaijen
Spinoy, Erik ULg

in Groenewegen, Hans (Ed.) ... die zo rijk zijn aan zichzelf ... Over Hans Faverey (1997)

This is a comparative reading of the work by two major modernist poets in Dutch literature, revealing striking similarities, but important differences as well.

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See detail‘Bourgeoisie’, ‘massa’ en ‘volk’. Een kader voor de (re)constructie van Van Ostaijens ontwikkeling
Spinoy, Erik ULg

in Ons Erfdeel (1996), 39(5), 663-672

This article attempts to reframe the literary work of the modernist writer Paul van Ostaijen by focusing on his construction of his supposedly 'avant-gardist' position in society: anti-establishment and ... [more ▼]

This article attempts to reframe the literary work of the modernist writer Paul van Ostaijen by focusing on his construction of his supposedly 'avant-gardist' position in society: anti-establishment and anti-elitist, but also aloof of the 'ignorant' and gullible masses. [less ▲]

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See detailHet meisje dat ik Ursula noem. Paul van Ostaijens 'Jong landschap' re-revisited
Spinoy, Erik ULg

in Kunst & Cultuur (1996), 29(2), 16-20

This is a rereading of a famous late poem by the Flemish expressionist Paul van Ostaijen.

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See detailWegwijzers naar de Van Ostaijen-biografie
Spinoy, Erik ULg

in Ons Erfdeel (1996), 39(5), 755-758

This is a review of a book on the stay of Flemish expressionist writer Paul van Ostaijen in postwar Berlin, and the impact of this stay on his work.

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See detailTussen moderniteit en reactionair katholicisme. Joris van Severen en het eerste nummer van Ter Waarheid
Spinoy, Erik ULg

in Dietsche Warande en Belfort (1996), 140(6), 700-714

This article takes a closer look at the literary, artistic and ideological programme of the first issue of Ther Waarheid, the journal published by Joris van Severen, who would go on to become one of the ... [more ▼]

This article takes a closer look at the literary, artistic and ideological programme of the first issue of Ther Waarheid, the journal published by Joris van Severen, who would go on to become one of the leaders of Flemish fascism in the 1930s. [less ▲]

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See detailVan zwart beest tot allemansvriend
Spinoy, Erik ULg

in Muziek en woord (1996), 22(257), 2-3

This article strives to explain the striking evolution in the reception of Van Ostaijen's oeuvre: in his early years, he was a marginalized author. Nowadays, he is one of the most popular and highly ... [more ▼]

This article strives to explain the striking evolution in the reception of Van Ostaijen's oeuvre: in his early years, he was a marginalized author. Nowadays, he is one of the most popular and highly appreciated Flemish authors. [less ▲]

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See detailDe modernist en de massacultuur: Van Ostaijens ‘Huldegedicht aan Singer’
Spinoy, Erik ULg

in Filosofie Magazine (1996), 5(3), 29

This article re-reads the famous poem 'Huldegedicht aan Singer' in view of Van Ostaijen's increasingly critical attitude towards the emerging consumer society of the 1920s.

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See detailDe wegen van de intellectueel. Paul van Ostaijen en de massa
Spinoy, Erik ULg

in Onze Alma Mater (1996), 50(4), 482-501

This article reflects on the way Van Ostaijen constructs his identity as a petty bourgeois intellectual, by forcefuly rejecting the ignorance of the masses.

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See detailDe wildste bloei van overgave en genade. Over Gezelle en Van Ostaijen
Spinoy, Erik ULg

in Gezelliana (1996), 8(1), 1-42

This article reflects on the importance of the 19th century romantic poet Guido Gezelle for the expressionist Paul van Ostaijen, who repeatedly stressed the pioneering character of this poetic oeuvre and ... [more ▼]

This article reflects on the importance of the 19th century romantic poet Guido Gezelle for the expressionist Paul van Ostaijen, who repeatedly stressed the pioneering character of this poetic oeuvre and the influence it had on his own work. [less ▲]

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Spinoy, Erik ULg; Buelens, Geert

in Spinoy, Erik; Buelens, Geert (Eds.) De stem der Loreley. Over Paul van Ostaijen (1996)

This is an introduction to an edited volume on the work of the Flemish expressionist Paul van Ostaijen.

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See detailEt in Arcadia ego. Een gebruiksaanwijzing bij ‘Polderlandse arkadia’ en ‘Onbeduidende polka’ van Paul van Ostaijen
Spinoy, Erik ULg

in Bosteels, Jan; Enschedé, Just; Vonkeman, Janneke (Eds.) Mekka. Jaarboek voor lezers 1996 (1996)

This is a rereading of two late poems by Paul van Ostaijen, in light of his views on literature.

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See detailVan Ostaijen als literatuurcriticus: ‘conceptie’ en ‘techniek’
Spinoy, Erik ULg

in Spinoy, Erik; Peeters, Patrick (Eds.) Het vouwbeen van de lezer. Over literatuuropvattingen (1996)

The present chapter investigates the way Van Ostaijen's literary criticism operates with two key concepts: 'conception' and 'technique'.

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See detailNawoord
Spinoy, Erik ULg; Buelens, Geert

in Borgers, Gerrit (Ed.) Paul van Ostaijen. Een documentatie (1996)

This is an afterword to a reprint of the main biographical work on Paul van Ostaijen, which was first published in 1971.

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See detailVan Ostaijen en de oppositie stad-land. Kritiek als anti-exclusivisme
Spinoy, Erik ULg

in Pelckmans, Paul; Vervliet, Raymond (Eds.) Stadsbeelden (1996)

This chapter is a discussion of an aspect of Paul van Ostaijen's literary criticism, which is relevant for his poetry ad well.

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See detailKritische filosofie en politiek bij de late Van Ostaijen. Over de groteske ‘De Trust der Vaderlandsliefde’
Spinoy, Erik ULg

in Buelens, Geert; Spinoy, Erik (Eds.) De stem der Loreley. Over Paul van Ostaijen (1996)

This article is an analysis of the political views held by the late Paul van Ostaijen, in light of his growing interest in Kantian philosophy.

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