I Dreamed in the Cities at Night
Arc Publications, 2007 - 134 pages
Remco Campert is a writer of considerable standing in Holland who came to prominence in the 1950s. A chronicler of alternative Amsterdam life in fiction, as a columnist in a national newspaper, as a film-maker, and above all as a poet, Campert gained a following of English speakers through this translation of his quiet and quirky poetry.
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Huis op de Weteringschans
Als twee witte schepen Like Two White Sailing
Bij Livorno Livorno103
Gemompel Mumblings 105
Huis in Antwerpen House in Antwerp 107
De witte roos The White Rose
Ode aan mijn jas Ode to my Coat 113
Tekenlerares Art Teacher
Voorlopig gedicht voor Provisional Poem
Jan Wolkers Jan Wolkers
Biographical Notes 133