Series: Gedichtenbundels Schaafsma

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Gedichtenbundel 04 / Nacht in Dievelings : licht en sterren boven het Eelder land. by C. Schaafsma
Gedichtenbundel 05 / Landgoed Lemferdinge : het huis en zijn bewoners. by C. Schaafsma
Gedichtenbundel 06 / Ol Eel in beeld : vier tentoonstellingen en een fotoboek. by C. Schaafsma
Gedichtenbundel 08 / De kleine wereld : dichter bij huis. by C. Schaafsma
Gedichtenbundel 09 / Op Eelerwol : lokatiebezoeken van Stichting Ol Eel in de gemeente Eelde (1984-1992). by C. Schaafsma
Gedichtenbundel 10 / Kleine Bos : Tien Eelder plekjes in geopoëzie. by C. Schaafsma
Gedichtenbundel 11 / Diaspora : verspreide gedichten in Eelder boeken. by C. Schaafsma

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