In the Shelter of the Village. Dimitri Verhulst
(Frank Hellemans) The Low Countries - 2008, № 16, pp. 288-289
In recent years the Flemish thirty-somethings have been cutting a dash in Dutch-language literature. Even in the Netherlands people are impressed by this generation of writers who are all in their thirties and are reverting to the techniques of modernism. They shrug their shoulders at post-modern irony and want to tell tales again that have some meaning. Dimitri Verhulst is the most successful representative of this generation.
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