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Eline Mare (1890–1957)

Author of Mossieur Sarelke

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Eline Mare was the pen name of Julie Ingenhoes-Geeraerdt, born in Ghent, Belgium. She was educated at a convent boarding school. She published her debut novel Lieveke in 1908. Other works included Cleemkes fortuintje (Cleemke's Fortune, 1910), De witte vos (The White Fox, 1929) and Mossieur Sarelke (1931). She also wrote journalism.

(Gent, 01.11.1890 - Bussum, 22.05.1957)

Pseudoniem van Julie Ingenhoes-Geeraerdt. Zij werd opgevoed in een kloosterkostschool.
Aanvankelijk studeerde zij voor zang, tot haar zwakke gezondheid dit onmogelijk maakte.

Nadat zij kennismaakte met de Noord-Nederlandse literatuur en vooral met de Zwolse auteur G. van Hulzen (schrijver van romans over de lagere volksklasse), legde zij zich ook toe op de literatuur. In een nog krampachtig Nederlands, doorspekt met ongeschaafde Vlaams-regionale dialogen (“Wat gade doen? ’k Benne ’k ik ’nen duts”...), schreef zij zoeterig-realistische romans die zich meestal afspelen in een kleinburgerlijk milieu. Haar debuut, Lieveke (1908), zou haar gaafste werk blijven. Het werd gevolgd door o.m. Cleemkes fortuintje (1910), De witte vos (1929) en Mossieur Sarelke (1931). Tijdens haar verblijf in Engeland deed zij aan journalistiek werk. (Literair Gent)
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