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De dood de baas by Harry Kuitert
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De dood de baas

by Harry Kuitert

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Theoloog Harry Kuitert belicht in dit merkwaardige boek een aantal gedichten en songteksten die hem getroffen hebben en deelt die prachtige ontdekkingen met de lezer. Van Fernando Pessoa tot William Shakespeare en van Ida Gerhardt tot Esther Jansma via ommetjes langs Tom Waits : de teksten spreken voor zich, de auteur wil alleen dat ze gelezen worden. In zijn commentaren geeft Kuitert mooie overwegingen mee : “Van elk mens geldt : er is er maar één in de hele wereld zoals hij en hij is er maar voor korte tijd.” Toch is dit funeraire boek niet somber of beklemmend. En dat de auteur
straks 86 word geeft het boek een extra dimensie. ( )
  Bibliotheekizegem | May 11, 2009 |
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